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Similar to this cstheory question "What videos should everyone watch?" What conferences, workshops or lectures have recordings that researchers in theoretical physics should watch?
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I have no doubt about:
Richard Feynman, The pleasure of finding things out.
Leonard Susskind has multiple series of lectures online on Youtube.
Mathematical Physics by Carl Bender:
He has a relaxed, humorous, confident lecturing style that engages the audience.
Thanks to the NSF there was once the National Committee for Fluid Mechanics Films, with artistry of lecture and demonstration unparalleled by lecture videos I've seen before or since. The horn-rimmed glasses, ``flewds". It's so good
A very nice talk by Nima Hamed about the amplituhedron.
An explanation by Martin Bojowald regarding why Loop Quantum Cosmology (and therefore Loop Quantum Gravity) is a failure.
Quantum mechanics in your face by Sidney Coleman
The Perimeter Institute has a series of video lectures:
associated to the Perimeter Scholars International program, a one-year coursework master's-level program in theoretical physics. "Taught by some of the world’s top physicists, the program is designed to bring highly qualified, highly motivated graduate students to the cutting edge of theoretical physics in an intense, interactive learning environment."
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