Shuǐ diào gē tóu

 

丙辰中秋,歡飲達旦,
大醉,
作此篇,
兼懷子由。

 

明月幾時有?
把酒問青天。
不知天上宮闕,
今夕是何年?

我欲乘風歸去,
唯恐瓊樓玉宇,
高處不勝寒。
起舞弄清影,
何似在人間!
轉朱閣,
低綺戶,
照無眠。
不應有恨,
何事長向別時圓?

人有悲歡離合,
月有陰晴圓缺,
此事古難全。
但願人長久,
千里共嬋娟。

 

New Year Eve 2007, CHK^2

Lectures 2

Many of the Walter Lewin Lectures on Physics at MIT have been shown for over six years on UWTV in Seattle, reaching an audience of about four million people. Lewin personally responded to hundreds of e-mail requests that he received per year from UWTV viewers. For fifteen years he was on MIT Cable TV, with programs aired 24 hours per day helping freshmen with their weekly homework assignments. Lewin also teaches video courses on Newtonian Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism, and Vibrations and Waves, which can be viewed from the MIT OpenCourseWare web site. His MIT lectures for science teachers and for middle school students can be viewed on MIT World.

— Wikipedia, Walter Lewin Lectures on Physics

 

2007.12.29 Saturday CHK^2

Lectures

It’s impossible to learn very much by simply sitting in a lecture, or even by simply doing problems that are assigned.

I think, however, that there isn’t any solution to this problem of education other than to realize that the best teaching can be done only when there is a direct individual relationship between a student and a good teacher — a situation in which the student discusses the ideas, thinks about the things, and talks about the things.

— Richard P. Feynman, on the page 5 of Feynman Lectures on Physics

 

2007.12.27 CHK^2