So a while ago, I put up a discussion
here on the "origins" group, that was kindly "stickied" which consisted of 10 lectures from Stanford University all regarding the legacy of Charles Darwin
A lot of the comments focussed on how much people said they got out of the educational material on offer.
Subsequent to this I was introduced to a website called "Academic Earth
Same basic idea, but much
broader in scope.
Ivy League Universities have been filming their courses and uploading the materials to the web And it's ALL FREE
As An Atheist Who Loves Science,
I now spend an inordinate amount of time learning about physics from a chap called Walter Lewin
who teaches at M.I.T
And will frequently stick on of his lectures on before bed because I am such an irrepressible geek.
Electricity and Magnetism
(including the physics of lightning and rainbows!!)
Sometimes the maths flies a little bit over my head, but I've long since stopped caring, and actually it's helped me improve a little bit, with repeat viewings I feel like I've understood more than not.
But the point is there is SO MUCH
here, Special Relativity and Quantum Physics
with Leonard Susskind, for example -but if physics isn't your thing, why not nip on over to organic chemistry
at Yale or take in a lecture on genetic drift
Go explore - share what you find! A little bit more science never hurt anyone.
P.S I'm cross-posting this with Atheists
who love Science