Hi everyone, Maybe this resource is new for someone. It's a collection of videos made in the 60's by the very best experimentalist scientists of the best universities of the United States. There you may watch how Taylor gives you a lesson in Low Reynolds Flow, how Lighthill gives a lesson in Compressible Flow, how Shapiro talks about Vorticity. It's wonderful to see the experimental techniques available in those times. I've only watched a 30% of the videos, but I must admit they are of an extraordinary quality, accurate and worthy. They try to explain basic and traditional concepts of fluid mechanics, and how we've reached an status in which the formulation widely fits with the real world. I wish I had the opportunity to watch this videos when I was an undergrad. People who enters in this forum and asks about fluid mechanics is encouraged to take a look at this webpage: http://web.mit.edu/fluids/www/Shapiro/ncfmf.html [Broken] Enjoy them and pay attention to every second, every word of these videos!!!