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I've compiled a 2 month Physics curriculum using free resources from across the Internet. Physics helped us build modern civilization. It's used extensively in computer engineering, quantum computing, and across many Scientific disciplines. Learning Physics helps hone your ability to think critically about the nature of reality, and this helps elevate your consciousness. In this video, I'll explain my curriculum and guide you through my process. Enjoy! Curriculum for this video: https://github.com/llSourcell/Learn_Physics_in_2_Months Please Subscribe! And like. And comment. That's what keeps me going. Want more education? Connect with me here: Twitter: https://twitter.com/sirajraval Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sirajology instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sirajraval Edit * - i mispronounced Leonard, oops! Week 1 Math Review https://www.souravsengupta.com/cds2016/lectures/Savov_Notes.pdf https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjBOesZCoqc&index=1&list=PLZHQObOWTQDPD3MizzM2xVFitgF8hE_ab http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/pdf/Calculus_Cheat_Sheet_All.pdf https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZHQObOWTQDMsr9K-rj53DwVRMYO3t5Yr https://static1.squarespace.com/static/54bf3241e4b0f0d81bf7ff36/t/55e9494fe4b011aed10e48e5/1441352015658/probability_cheatsheet.pdf http://web.mit.edu/~csvoss/Public/usabo/stats_handout.pdf Week 2 Classical Mechanics Lectures https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ApUFtLCrU90&list=PL47F408D36D4CF129 Study Guide http://www.maths.liv.ac.uk/TheorPhys/people/staff/jgracey/math228/formula.pdf Final Exam http://galileo.phys.virginia.edu/classes/321.jvn.fall02/Fin2002s.pdf Week 3 Statistical Mechanics Lectures https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1RzvXDXyqA&t=619s Study Guide https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/a4d6/cd309dd005c4e30c8a4dbe3ed4c377de32ec.pdf Final Exam http://www.phys.ttu.edu/~cmyles/Phys5305/Exams/Phys5305%20Final%20Exam%20Spring2009.PDF Week 4 Electromagnetism Lectures https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1-SibwIPM4&list=PLyQSN7X0ro2314mKyUiOILaOC2hk6Pc3j&index=2 Study Guide http://www.phys.nthu.edu.tw/~thschang/notes/EM02.pdf Final Exam http://web.mit.edu/8.02/www/Spring02/exams/final-sol4.pdf Month 2 Week 5 Particle Physics Lectures https://www.coursera.org/learn/particle-physics Study Guide https://www.nikhef.nl/~i93/Master/PP1/2011/Lectures/Lecture.pdf Final Exam http://hitoshi.berkeley.edu/129A/final-sol.pdf Week 6 Theory of Relativity Lectures https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRZgW1YjCKk&list=PLXLSbKIMm0kh6XsMSCEMnM02kEoW_8x-f Study Guide https://arxiv.org/pdf/gr-qc/9712019.pdf Final Exam https://courses.physics.ucsd.edu/2015/Winter/physics225b/hw4-sols.pdf Week 7 Quantum Mechanics Lectures https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcpwnozMh2U https://www.edx.org/course/quantum-mechanics-everyone-georgetownx-phyx-008-01x Study Guide https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/physics/8-04-quantum-physics-i-spring-2013/lecture-notes/MIT8_04S13_Lec01.pdf Final Exam http://www.physics.rutgers.edu/~haule/501/sol_final_2015.pdf Week 8 Quantum Field Theory Lectures https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGHvf9BwkDY&list=PLbMVogVj5nJQ3slQodXQ5cSEtcp4HbNFc Study Guide https://web.physics.ucsb.edu/~mark/ms-qft-DRAFT.pdf- Final Exam http://www-personal.umich.edu/~jbourj/peskin/Quantum%20Field%20Theory%20II%20homeworks.pdf Join us in the Wizards Slack channel: http://wizards.herokuapp.com/ Hit the Join button above to sign up to become a member of my channel for access to exclusive live streams! Join us at the School of AI: https://theschool.ai/ Signup for my newsletter for exciting updates in the field of AI: https://goo.gl/FZzJ5w And please support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3191693
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Phony Vidz (12 days ago)
blah blah blah blah blah blah
Oussama Ziani (26 days ago)
I like it
Fhor (1 month ago)
Jumping on this starting next week, guess I'll report back with results Thanks for the work getting all the resources together bud
azad amitoz (1 month ago)
Dr Prashanta Tripathy from IITM was my teacher, he would simply blow our minds simplifying the tensor calculus based equations in seconds. It was pure fun to attend his lectures.
Christopher Mclennan (1 month ago)
I like what you had to say about statistics and closed systems Siraj,I'm also assuming that you are applying that logic to quantum physics. I always thought of stats as answering the questions; how do we define our populations for sampling? Which methods do we go about sampling our populations? Last but not least, Are the features that we have chosen for our model significant or not? Those are the three questions that I believe statistics can answer that effect me, as an up and coming data analyst, but I like the other way you phrased it.
MultiGoban (1 month ago)
Prerequisite: IQ above 160 lmao Nobody can learn such complex topics in a week. Yes, even if you study for 17 hours per day.
Kevin Delaney (1 month ago)
4 years bachelor's degree in 2 months?! You're sick 😆 I actually do many of the things you suggest already, but at 1.5 or 2x speed because YouTube mobile is limited to 2.0x....and it depends on when in the day 😆 Can you do one of these for electrical/electronics engineering? I've already had custom PCB's created, I have not designed them though. Designing my own circuits though could be extremely useful.
roros2512 (1 month ago)
Could you make a proposal like this one but for computer science? Thanks for your job
Ankur Mazumder (1 month ago)
Hi Siraj, I absolutely love your videos, and am greatly inspired by them. It would be really helpful if you could upload a similar kind of video on learning quantum computing.
Mohammed Monis (1 month ago)
electrical and electronics curriculum ? caan we have that?
Debayon Dhar Chowdhury (1 month ago)
This guy is a Black Hole of Knowledge.
M faraday (1 month ago)
Your channel deserved to most subscribed youtube channel
Beskamir (1 month ago)
Ummm, the handwritten notes point is not entirely correct. The reason why it's more effective is cause you summarize the stuff you're learning about rather than rewriting it verbatim. This summary step makes you think about the stuff you're learning which enhances your learning.
Suarez O. (1 month ago)
you´re amazing!
Shivam Pandey (1 month ago)
Bro which video editor you using
Valtér Hégér (1 month ago)
I have a M.Sc. in math and have taken third year of physics classes. Even for me, this is hard. Second, you need to slow down if you want to absorb the knowledge. I have also taken rapid immersion one week classes and found them to be lacking. If it were so doable, you would have a flood of people who would have done it by now. Another point, if you cram it like so, you forget it quickly too. Physics, math, ML are tough subjects, so winging it isn't the way to go. I have seem lots of smart and motivated people fail out of college, so it was painful to watch as well.
curious stuff (1 month ago)
After studying this I'm able to think faster than the speed of light thus violating the relativity of Einstein.
William John (1 month ago)
I don't know about physics but as an autodidact it took me 2 months to learn algebra to multivariable calculus it could be faster because of I need to go to stupid school It made my pace slower Now I am moving forward to linear algebra I think this summer I am gonna finish yr a undergraduate course yr 1 Moving forward to have equal knowledge like math phd and then physics course too I think physics is little bit harder to learn 2 months for quantum mechanics is kinda wierd may be I will start to learn whole undergraduate course in 8 months flr physics and I am bit confused about cs course finding it is harder I have found in wikiversity site wish you best of like siraj Oh I forgot to mention I am learning c++ 1200 page took me 2 weeks average learning time 6 hr without programming this is my progress for now I need to be a good mathematician
Agustin Bignu (1 month ago)
Everybody arguing and complaining about this speed course. I am a Physicist and QML researcher. Throughout the degree, you learn not only Physics but also other skills. Giving part to Siraj, getting used to concepts such as 'lagrangian', 'hermitian', etc in order to understand QML courses and papers is perfectly doable in two months. Summing up, a little advice: Stop complaining and start doing. Keep it up Siraj!
BlueGiant69202 (1 month ago)
Mu Lambda 165 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6AKdfTMVJUw Freeman Dyson - Trying to convince Oppenheimer that the old Physics works https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N44DZJW4LSw How to become a physicist - Tibees https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3dj792ZJ_w Benoit Mandelbrot - The decision not to go into physics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0vPfingbec The Starlost - Episode 1: Voyage of Discovery https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VEaU4G_e7k Curriculum of Curiosity - Sugata Mitra https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkuRzITE_GU Iris.ai 4.0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlS_QcwE0t0 A Unified Language for Mathematics and Physics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ItGlUbFBFfc&t=3146s A Modeling Approach to Physics Instruction https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENyziGXdsrs A Modeling Workstation for Physics (Playlist) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUis4syBihA&list=PL84b1TR9XxFkj2f6gok2dpNOwZ07OCuBs&index= Systems Physics - A Modeling Approach to Fundamental COncepts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OrUVbvBNfUE Self Organized Learning Environments https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XpZo-_Pn6w
Bharath Vyas (1 month ago)
Ai prophet Siraj Raval..
coder bharadwaj (1 month ago)
siraj please make a similar video on mathematics, thanks in advance.
Talha Anwar (1 month ago)
How this course help us in AI/ML
Ramil Aleskerov (1 month ago)
Siraj and Elon Musk are similar in that they both set unrealistic deadlines in the hope of moving the humanity to the next evolutionary step
christine smith (1 month ago)
What does Elon Musk mean by "first principles rather than analogy"?
christine smith (1 month ago)
amirul mukminin (1 month ago)
I'm going to start learn physics....it's been a long time
CoombesJD (1 month ago)
Hubris. The Road to Reality by Roger Penrose and The Theoretical Minimum by Leonard Susskind are both books that try to do what Siraj is doing. You can probably use google and online lectures to learn a Physics degree in faster than 3 years. If people want, I could post the reading list for all the modules in my BSc Physics degree - but reading this and doing the exercises would take around 36 weeks.
Dapper Vids (1 month ago)
Can you do a similar video for CS please. Thanks.
Rohit Deshmukh (1 month ago)
Please have a video on how AI can be used in renewable energy sector
ibealec (1 month ago)
I saw this video when it first came out and noticed you changed the title. It's nice to know that you're reading the comments and responding to your audience. None of your repeat-watchers actually think you can master a 4-year degree's worth of education in 2 months. But the thoughtful aggregation of resources is still appreciated.
Rajesh Bhattarai (1 month ago)
I love Physics... Thank you so much for the video... Love from India
Fedor Ilitchev (1 month ago)
This could work for a certain kind of learning style. In my case, I have found private tutors hired to work on a highly condensed schedule (5 days a week, 2 hours a day plus 2-3 hours of homework a day) work best. The inter-human connection tends to really activate me and keep me focused.
zee dlomo (1 month ago)
This is probably simple stuff for you but I'm interested in seeing a walk-through of the Kaggle House Prices; Advanced Regression Techniques Competition. You explain the Kaggle competitions so well. I've even subscribed
Fktu diablo (2 months ago)
Guys, I don't think Siraj want us to become state of the art researchers. I see in this challenge an opportunity to be able to understand the main topics of each fields. Thanks to that, I hope i'll have new ideas of ML solutions that I could never find without enroll in this 4 weeks courses.
R. A. (2 months ago)
@sirajraval hi, greetings, i have a doubt with a dataset, i want to make a forecast, could you help me or guide me please?
Abhinav Tripathi (2 months ago)
Normal learning can't cut it. *Throttles to deep learning* lmao. The people who don't know physics already might not be able to touch quantum physics in two months I believe. But if someone wants to take it up and be thorough with it no matter how much time it takes, it's a good curation of content to learn/relearn physics top to bottom.
Abhinav Tripathi (2 months ago)
And yes, amazing work. Awesome course, haven't done it yet, will definitely do it, would definitely recommend.
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Breaking Lab (2 months ago)
Youtube has a function for controlling the video speed :)
JoshuaJustListens (2 months ago)
Thanks so much Siraj. Complainers take note: if you think it will take you longer to learn #1 it will, and #2 so do that. Learn at your own pace. I'm grateful for the aggregation of self study materials I couldn't have put this together myself. Thank you again Siraj.
Graeme Gossel (2 months ago)
Some of those links are broken, and oh man, I'll be impressed if someone goes from zero to that QFT final exam in two months and does well.
Moto G5 (2 months ago)
As usual awesome content Siraj but I think 2 months are not even enough for the person to revise these concepts who have already studied at some stage of life. But we love your work bro.
Amitabha Dey (2 months ago)
I am baffled to see all these hate in the comments. We live in a sad sad world. Here's this guy putting in so many hours to compile all the resources together to guide you on how to begin forming a decent understanding of different concepts of Physics, and instead of feeling grateful that you can access it for free, you bitch and complain? You don't need to be a wizard in Physics to understand how the concepts are used in Comp Sci papers. I hope better sense will prevail. Kudos to you Siraj for all the hard work. Thanks for sharing!
Vijiyant Tanaji (2 months ago)
Please make a curriculum for robotics developer🙏🙏🙏
Vignesh G (2 months ago)
Lol When u reveal theory of everything Physicist
Alvin Gutierrez (2 months ago)
Thank you man!
mytelevisionisdead (2 months ago)
You've lost it Siraj
Andrea Arcos (2 months ago)
Learn physics in 2 month? Or be familiarise with Physics in two months? I mean... it tooks me one whole semester in the university for every topic in the list in order to solve problems.... Anyway I am not a super genius but if someone is super intelligent that can learn that physics in two months it is very likely he/she has already done it.
Kirigaya Toshiro (2 months ago)
There is still many stuff missing, optics (classical, linear , non linear, ), wave physics, solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, metrology, electronics, atomic physics(different from particle physics) also nuclear physics, semi conductor, lasers, thermodynamics, there still other stuff but your curriculum is good nonetheless although it lacks some stuff in comparison to bachelor degree!!
googacct (2 months ago)
I think your next videos should how to be a rocket scientist in two months and how to become a brain surgeon in two months.
Super awesome video. Thanks Siraj.
Jarosław Banaszek (2 months ago)
Great video. It understandable that most the people involved in physics are sceptical to learn this subject in 2 months, but I feel Siraj's motivation in his playlists "learn something in n months"... Nowadays we need to know many concepts from interdisciplinary topics to convert knowledge to a new innovation, or to better understand some processes from (for example) biology, or computer science which is connected to physics and people please don't take from Siraj - his enthusiasm and that he enjoys learning self by teaching us in a more better and better way :)
karthikeyan mg (2 months ago)
Dropped in for the comments section. I know the comments section is gonna be crackling after Siraj changed the name from learn physics in 2 months to learn physics fast
AIon (2 months ago)
Totally gonna do this!! :)) you are nuts man .. we love it :)) Challenge on baby!
Денис Галин (2 months ago)
What do I need to know to build a deep learning framework? please tell me the courses and books. please answer
James Bond (2 months ago)
Don't forget to like the video! 👌
Kala Black (2 months ago)
Learning doesn't take time but getting used to everything does take time so after learning, practice all the concept s again and again
Kala Black (2 months ago)
Wait the course is free right?
Justin Loc (2 months ago)
Could you create a curriculum for economics or business please?
Bei Zhang (2 months ago)
Funny you talked about Grand Unified Theory thinking it has anything to do with gravity.
Bei Zhang (2 months ago)
Are you serious? I have been learning quantum field theory for about a year by now, and I haven't finished it.
Bei Zhang (2 months ago)
@Neel Modi I tried both Peskin and Schroeder. I'd say I feel that Peskin is trying to scare you at times, and Schroeder is more approachable. However, I have not finished either :(. I don't think there is a mathematically rigorous approach to most of the topics in QFT, depending on your requirement to rigorness. There has been attempts to construct QFT from axioms. But the result is still quite primitive. I believe still cannot include an interaction picture See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wightman_axioms#Consequences_of_the_axioms
Neel Modi (2 months ago)
Just curious, what book(s) do you use? I tried with Peskin and Schroeder but for some reason I had a hard time understanding the logic. Recently quit it and started with Weinberg which seems better at first, but do you know of any mathematically rigorous introductions where all the assumptions are formally stated etc.?
Mri Nath (2 months ago)
bro what connects deep learning and physics ?
Kasinath Rajesh (2 months ago)
Nice topic.
Ray VR (2 months ago)
Very good presentation and initiative.
Nate Archibald (2 months ago)
How do you supplement all the semesters of Labs that ground these concepts?
Martinit0 (2 months ago)
This collection of resources is Gold!
Lauren Burger (2 months ago)
Learning information is not the same as first principles. Extrapolating what is given, and questioning the understanding of those that came before based on information that was discovered after they documented their discovery pointing you to a new paradigm and understanding of the material that even the creator did not understand, is how to extract the first principles. This Holistic examination of physics also requires you go back to question what is already understood and considered to be factual and examine if it is a derived or calculated value, or a measured value derived by extrapolation. For instance, Voltage is a value created from the movement of electrons (standard model) and the Electromagnetic field strength is based off of the resistance and inductance. The voltage is not what is measured, but the current through a resistor and from that ratio, you calculate a voltage. We commonly use voltage and believe we understand current flow based off of voltage, when voltage is a derived value. Without a current path with a resistance there is no voltage. Once a current path exists, then we measure the current flow, and resistance to current to calculate the voltage. What is not measured or though about is the creation of the current from magnetic induction and the magnetic field that surrounds all currents that flow through a wire. Most people ignore the first principle to simplify the calculations, and this is adequate when dealing with simple values, but when you explore why you have twisted pairs of wire for signal transmission, then you actually have to work with inductance and Electro-Magnetic Induction or signaling or interference. Physics is wonderful, what do I like the most? Nuclear - The extrapolation of Beta Decay to the internal structure of the atom is something that when I found out changed my understanding of chemistry/physics and pointed to many fallacies that are currently being taught in physics and chemistry. Then there is the missing units (kg/s, cycles/s, cycles/m) that cause logical fallacies to be extrapolated... because of missing information that is hidden by evaluating a unit to 1 and causing it to disappear (1 * 800 != 800 * cycles/second). I love that you have a short course for physics. Well done!
Complex variable, Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations, (Sturn Liouville system) and Group theory will be needed in order to understand Quantum Mechanics and everything else...so i think 2 months study and AI math is not enough😕😕
abhishek bhatia (2 months ago)
It's confirmed. This man is AI himself.
PRANJAL AGNIHOTRI (2 months ago)
Or solve problems of codeforces (competitive programming :)) for 8 weeks you will become a red coder!!!
PRANJAL AGNIHOTRI (2 months ago)
All covered in JEE Advance prepration.
jim42078 (2 months ago)
If Siraj Raval had actually studied his own physics course he'd have realised that you can't study particle physics (beyond the most basic overview) before Special Relativity, Quantum Mechanics and QFT. I mean, honestly. Who is he trying to kid?
BlueCosmology (2 months ago)
@Siraj Raval This page explicitly says you cannot do particle physics before QFT, did you read it?
Siraj Raval (2 months ago)
@BlueCosmology see one of my inspirations for this curriculum to see why i had to add particle physics in afterwards http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/books.html
BlueCosmology (2 months ago)
@Siraj Raval You skipped doing particle physics, then did it later and somehow didn't realise it is 100% filled with QFT and relativity? Right... You're not convincing anyone, this course is ridiculous and no one in their right mind would follow it, and it is literally impossible to understand the topics in it to any level within 2 months.
Siraj Raval (2 months ago)
I actually skipped it, then added it in later when I realized I was missing it
Kaizen169 (2 months ago)
Consider a hydrogen-like ionized atom with atomic number with a single electron. In the emission spectrum of this atom, the photon emitted in the n = 2 to n = 1 transition has energy 74.8 eV higher than the photon emitted in the n = 3 to n = 2 transition. The ionization energy of the hydrogen atom is 13.6 eV. The value of Z is __________.
Kaizen169 (2 months ago)
Next video how to study everything in a day!!!😂😂😂😂😂
M F (2 months ago)
Just got the Nobel. Thanks Siraj.
ot chuk sekira (2 months ago)
The classical mechanics formula sheet does not contain any Lagrangian or Hamiltonian mechanics. Euler's equations are NOT the Euler-Lagrange equations. I won't even bother going through the rest and how a, more or less comprehensive, course on GR can easily take you 2 months of studying every day.
Daniel Astillero (2 months ago)
Who's from "I don't think that's physics" Facebook page?
anarkijex (2 months ago)
can you do a similar one with linear algebra? or vector math?
Grigol Peradze (2 months ago)
Maxwell's equations are wrong :D Don't copy paste anything from google :D
Radhian Amri (2 months ago)
"This totally random dude i googled called Elon Musk" XD
Yavro Desire (2 months ago)
String Theory. Entanglement. Physics of Nuclear Reactor. Radioprotection. Radiochemistry. Optical physics (in particular FFT, holograms) Shrödringer equations. Black Holes. Dark matter. Plasma physics. Solid state physics. Supraconductivity. More? :)
Kaizen169 (2 months ago)
Dude i can learn all of this in a day!!!
Gabriel Villalobos (2 months ago)
Awesome video and awesome curriculum! Will you ever do a curriculum for teaching yourself pure math? Or do u know if there is one already?
Although I truly enjoy those videos as I view them more of a roadmap, I can't see why you coundn't just name them "Learn Physics Roadmap" or something like it. Because this time schedule causes a really bad impression, as it is ridiculously unrealistic.
Luciano Herrera (2 months ago)
"Zero-point energy". That has to be everyone's preferred topic in physics.
Marco M (2 months ago)
I already have a degree in physics, but your advice is still sound. Technique #1 is one I need try and I totally agree with it.
Rahul Deora (2 months ago)
Next video: How to break the speed of light in 1/2 a second
lashe adebayo (2 months ago)
Siraj: Learn meme lordery in 2 days
gaurav shinde (2 months ago)
Learn how to go tp Mars, establish a civilization, and capture all the water for yourself in only 5 minutes! -- Siraj
rockenrollbass (2 months ago)
Quantum physics and classical physics
and then i said (2 months ago)
Thanks for the compendium. Ridiculous video for anyone that has taken ANY of this coursework IRL, though.
the Joseph Brunk (2 months ago)
I'm going to give this a try as a review but I may be an exception as I'm currently working on a master's in physics. I am hoping this gets me ready for my graduate courses in quantum and stat mech, as well as the physics GRE. Either way, I'm glad I found this video, thanks!
Omar Espejel (2 months ago)
Thanks. Really useful.
Talkischeap82 (2 months ago)
SirBro. You should be made a national treasure. Ty for ur voice, willingness to share.
Ashwani Jha (2 months ago)
I was thinking about learning AI, just then you released a video. I was thinking about learning Math of AI, you released your Math series. Now I was thinking about learning about Quantum Computers, and you released a video again. This is a whole-hearted thank you to Siraj from my side. You've been a great mentor. 😁
Majedah A. (2 months ago)
Siraj, you are clearly a genius and you can learn fast and memorize easily. It is clear from your videos that you are super focused and a quick learner. The only people who can do so are: Super smart people, smart people with some background in physics and math, or smart people with organizational skills and a good comprehensive crash course delivered by a physicist. For those who are not smart enough to cover this in 2 months, you still succeed in inspiring them if the have hunger to learn as you do. Thank you for the materials and don’t give up on us, normal people :)
Larry Lawrence (2 months ago)
thank you for helping people learning about physics
carl antonio Generoso (2 months ago)
Y'all must have forgaotten siraj had studied electronics in college das y he learn physx easily😂
carl antonio Generoso (2 months ago)
Im newly grad of physics, i used ml for my thesis😂, and yeah the maths are thesame 😅
raffaele rimorso (2 months ago)
fantastic idea
Melhior De Duser (2 months ago)
That's bullshit. You didn't complete the curriculum, you just watched it through. I guess next video will be titled "Win a Nobel Prize in a year"

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