So I just watched Walter Lewin's lecture titled "complete breakdown of intuition". If you google it you can find it on youtube. He claims that measuring across one resistor of a two resistor network gives a different voltage than measuring across the other resistor, if you are inducing current in the circuit from EMF. In his circuit diagram, the voltage probes are on the same nodes. I think you have to watch the video for a better explanation, but my question is: Is he just not accounting for inductance in his experiment? He claims other professors don't believe him, and neither do I. I wish I could see his experimental setup, as his argument seemed really flawed to me. What do you guys think? I personally would like to see voltage measurements between his two voltage probes, which I think would show Kirchhoff's Voltage Law still applies.