The Feynman Lectures on Physics: Volume 7, Feynman on Mechanics

Narrated by: Richard P. Feynman
Length: 5 hrs and 17 mins
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For more than 30 years, Richard P. Feynman's three-volume Lectures on Physics has been known worldwide as the classic resource for students and professionals alike. Ranging from the most basic principles of Newtonian physics through such formidable theories as Einstein's general relativity, superconductivity, and quantum mechanics, Feynman's lectures stand as a monument of clear exposition and deep insight. This timeless audio serves as a comprehensive library of essential physics by a legend in science.

Volume 7 makes up a course in mechanics, and includes chapters on the moment of inertia, rotation in space, transients, linear systems, and more.

Don't miss any of Richard P. Feynman's engaging physics lectures.
(P)2000 Perseus Publishing

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Feynman, in a word, or hear, many, audibly.

It is difficult to give an unbiased review of this audiobook, which, to be fair, is less of an audiobook, and more of an audio recording of the lectures for which this is aptly named. The books are transcriptions of these recordings, to clarify for those searching. This is a very enjoyable listen, and is well organized with denotations of where in the written transcript the listener/reader might be. How curious, though, that this follows the opposite pattern of the colloquial norm of audiobooks being readings of the written text. 10/10 would recommend to others, and will share with at least 1 person.