Lectures from the course webcast. Copied to archive.org on closure of the UCBerkeley webcast site in order to preserve access.Note: some lectures may appear to be missing (gap in numbering). This usually means that there was a holiday, exam, or no lecture on the day the recording was due, although sometimes it does mean that the recording is not available.
November 10, 2017 Subject:
outstanding but difficult
This is an outstanding series of lectures. While the knowledge gained in this course somewhat diminished the deified status of the great celebrities of science, it really brings clarity to the scientific process and makes rational sense of the motivations and the actions taken in the development of revolutionary concepts that we use as a basis for our modern ontological framework.
The only problem with this course is that the scientific concepts are very complex and without doing the reading and following a slide show, it can be very difficult to follow for non-physicists. Still, I strongly recommend it!