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The purpose of this resource is to provide a curated list of links to online materials that can help individuals study physics on their own. These links have been hand-selected by Nobel Laureate Gerard 't Hooft and cover a wide range of topics in physics.
Gerard 't Hooft is a Dutch theoretical physicist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1999 for his work on the theory of electroweak interactions. He is known for his contributions to quantum field theory, gauge theories, and black hole physics.
The links include a variety of materials such as lecture notes, textbooks, video lectures, problem sets, and interactive simulations. These materials cover topics in classical mechanics, quantum mechanics, relativity, thermodynamics, and more.
Yes, these links are suitable for beginners as well as more advanced students. They cover a wide range of topics and can be helpful for those just starting to learn about physics as well as those looking to deepen their understanding of specific concepts.
Yes, the majority of the links included in this resource are free to access. However, some may require a subscription or purchase of a textbook or course materials. It is recommended to check the individual links for any associated costs.