A really good web page.

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Tyler, what can PF members gain from that website? Looks to me it's just an ad for his books.
 
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It has quite a bit

of free and very instructional material that is well presented. The one on the Feynman sum-over-histories is expecially good.

Here's the link to that;

http://www.eftaylor.com/feynman.html
 
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I wish I had seen this website 4 years ago. I taught a course from those books (Spactime Physics/Scouting Black Holes) as a grad student and I had to develop it from scratch (it was a new course). Now, here Taylor has a whole set of lecture notes for it. D'oh!
 
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Good website. I'll have to read that Feynmann sum over paths integral paper in depth when I get a chance.

eNtRopY
 

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