Modern Physics: General Relativity

Course Description

In this course, Professor Leonard Susskind gives 12 video lectures on Einstein's Theory of General Relativity. This Stanford Continuing Studies course is the fourth of a six-quarter sequence of classes exploring the essential theoretical foundations of modern physics. The topics covered in this c... (read more)

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ppearson wrote 1 year ago.
These lectures are amazingly well crafted.

ppearson wrote 1 year ago.
Introducing the Ricci tensor.
Equation for local conservation of charge dQ/dt =
-divergence(J).
View charge density as the 0th component of J. Then
dJ^mu/dx^mu = 0.
Introducing the energy-momentum tensor.
Local conservation of energy-momentum: dT^mu^nu/dx^mu = 0.


Allan Granovskyg wrote 2 years ago.
As usual brilliant and understandable

Dhirendra wrote 2 years ago.
Very nice for bignors

zisa wrote 3 years ago.
Great stuff and great lecture, but hard and not intuitive.
Takes time to appreciate, but you eventually do.


joe nahhas wrote 4 years ago.
Take this moron out of here

riad abu hawash wrote 4 years ago.
thank you for this good job.

fblin wrote 4 years ago.
Are there plans to publish the rest of the lectures?
Someone?
Great lectures in difficult Course!


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