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We have 7 resources for learning Relativity & Quantum Mechanics including educational YouTube & Online Videos, Websites, and Books, from providers such as Frame of Essence (Philip O. Duncan), minutephysics, Paul Davies, and Socratease.


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About Time: Einstein's Unfinished Revolution


College | Book

An elegant, witty, and engaging exploration of the riddle of time, which examines the consequences of Einstein’s theory of relativity and offers startling suggestions about what recent research may...

Free

Introduction to Quantum Mechanics I


9th - College | Online resource

Quantum Mechanics (QM) is perhaps the most fascinating Physics discovery of the 20th Century. For millenia, most people expected Nature to behave in a similar manner whether you were looking at...

Free

Quantum (and Classical) Computing


High School - College | Online/YouTube video

45 minutes of video explaining the fundamentals of Quantum Computing.

Free

Quantum Mechanics


9th - College | Online video/YouTube

Series of videos covering Wave/Particle duality, Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle, Schrodinger's Cat, the Grandfather Paradox, and more!

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Quantum Physics


7th - College | Online/YouTube video

Series of videos covering the basic concepts of quantum physics including: The Schrodinger Equation The Heisenberg Uncertainty principle The Quantum Prisoner's Dilemma Quantum cryptography

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Special Relativity


High School - College | Online/YouTube video

30+ minutes of video explaining the fundamentals of special relativity.

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Special Relativity


9th - College | Online video/YouTube

The special theory of space and time

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