Which documentary do you advise see for a newbie student in physics?
None. Television science is to science as mud is to chocolate cake.
They do have BEAUTIFUL pictures and graphics but spout nonsense. Go there and you'll end up with all kinds of things you'll need to unlearn, with considerable confusion along the way.
EDIT: the original COSMOS with Sagan (not the new one with Tyson) is an exception.
I don't see television, but I think if did many documentary about physic as did tv series about crime and violence maybe this is better to the world!
Where can I see this documentary "Cosmos" with sagan?
Many of the BBC Horizon documentaries are very good and detailed.
My personal favorites are the ones about "Fermat's Last Theorem"
"Are You Good or Evil?"
there are many more but you can find them on a lot of media.
Horizon must be just about the worst of the lot. The BBC4 documentaries are sometimes okay, but Horizon is massively dumbed down: they seem to have become expert at filling the hour with as little information as possible. That said, the best that a TV documentary can do is tell you about something; it can't actually teach maths or physics in an hour. There was a very good documentary on BBC4 about the history of electricity, but to try to teach electro-magnetism is beyond what a documentary can do.
The only way actually to learn something that isn't fact-based is to study it.
Where you suggest I go to learn about this themes?
I think type-ahead got you. "ISN'T" fact based ?
It depends what level your maths is at. What, in particular you want to learn and how much time you have?
For most people self study is hard and, of course, you don't have access to a lab.
I think if you wanted to read a biography of a leading scientist, that's something that could be done from the comfort of your sofa. Or, if you wanted to learn about the planets of the solar system, likewise. But, if you want to learn why those planets move in ellipses, you have to get off the sofa and wrestle with the differential equations.
Lev Landau used to work reclining on a sofa - (just saying).
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