Feynman

J. Eric Slone eslone at patriot.net
Fri Jun 19 16:03:50 EST 1998


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The video of:

   Elementary Particles and The Laws of Physics
   The 1986 Dirac Memorial Lecture
   The Reason for Antiparticles by Richard P. Feynman.

Paul Dirac, one of the most important physicists of the 20th century, was a
professor at the University of Cambridge, England. He held the chair that
once was occupied by Isaac Newton. When he died in 1984, his college, St
John's College in Cambridge, endowed an annual lecture to be held in
Cambridge in his memory. The first of these lectures was given by Richard
Feynman. Dirac was perhaps most famous for his prediction of antimatter, and
in his lecture Feynman discusses the physical reality underlying Dirac's
prediction.

A book accompanies this tape which contains the transparencies used in the
lecture (in Feynman's own handwriting), and short written pieces by Lawrence
Krauss, John Gribbon, and Ralph Leighton.

Profits from the sale of this video benefit cancer research.

Appx. 70 minutes, the video was made by an amature videographer (and so not
of the highest quality), however this tape is highly enjoyable in
educational.  Rights are granted for public performances and use of the
transparencies in a classroom setting.

Available in NTSC VHS for $30.00 U.S. or PAL VHS for $45.00.

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