Links for Self-Studying Physics by Nobel Laureate 't Hooft

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He says it is for becoming a theoretical physicist, but it includes lots of stuff that every physicist needs to know.

http://www.phys.uu.nl/~thooft/theorist.html
 

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GREAT site!

Thanks!
 
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Thank this is so great. I would love to explore more this website!
 
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DUDE THIS IS AWESOME;
where do you get links like this, it would take me 3 hours on google to get a site like this
 
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Very interesting. Thank you very much for sharing this!!
 
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DUDE THIS IS AWESOME;
where do you get links like this, it would take me 3 hours on google to get a site like this
I have to admit I found it in a rather old fashioned way - paper version of the New Scientist a few years ago. Here is a link to the accompanying interview with 't Hooft (sadly only for those who happen to be subscribers to New Scientist): http://space.newscientist.com/article/mg18725151.900

By the way, if you liked this material, you might also be interested in the MIT courses, also here in this forum https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=150759 - now THAT is some hot stuff !
 
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Yay! I love this page!

I'm fifteen and I've been self-studying physics for a couple of years now. This page helped me know where to start, what to cover and where to go; I'm glad others can benefit from it, too!
 

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