The Best Lines of Walter Lewin, MIT Physics Prof & Web Star

As The New York Times noted in a 2007 profile, Walter Lewin long had a cult following at MIT. But when his free courses went viral on the web (find them in the Physics section of our big collection of Free Online Courses), the physics prof became an “international Internet guru,” the first star of the open course movement. It’s a sign of his stardom that someone made a mashup of Lewin’s “best lines” (drawn, not spoken) from his Classical Mechanics course. For more great physics videos, don’t miss these items:

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h/t goes to Coudal.com



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  1. 007 says . . . | February 15, 2013 / 5:58 am

    he is the best physics professor the world can ever have

  2. Joni Archer says . . . | March 22, 2013 / 8:33 am

    Among his many gifts to the world,
    professor Lewin proved the value of entertainment in learning. I doubt any students will forget his teachings

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