Anyone interested in learning Physics might want to watch these wonderful lectures given by a professor at Yale University:
Fundamentals of Physics - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOKnWaLiL8w&feature=BFa&list=ECFE3074A4CB751B2B
He has a wonderful style of lecturing and covers topics all the way from Newtonian Mechanics to Einsteins Theory of Relativity and beyond.
I came across this lecture series by accident when I found this video:
Einstein for the Masses - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3enwR6e9V9A&feature=related
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yup i saw those i love that Indian professor
hey what about walter lewins lectures from MIT.. man .. he was half the reason i got interested in teaching physics and i actually did it even though i did engineering in electronics :D
i have seen this guys lectures.. they are awesome.. but i feel walter lewin is more interesting and fun :D...
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Walter Lewin is indeed very very good, but I have not found a free, complete set of lectures given by him online. This is the first set of "complete" lectures on Physics that I have managed to find online.
ITS THERE ON YOUTUBE... classical mechanics.. 801, electricity and magnetism 802 and oscillations and waves 803...
http://myopencourses.com/discipline/physics - i found this site as well