First, these notes are dedicated to my wife who had to put up with the time requirements to both attend and transcribe these notes immediately after the lectures. This five-year Feynman engagement began within 3 months of our marriage and relocation from the midwest to southern California.

Second, I need to dedicate these notes to Dr. James R. Gaines. He was my Ohio State University physics advisor who introduced me to Feynman via the FLP series in 1964. He offered me a special studies program for my BSc. using the newly released FLP “Red Books”.

Third, I want to dedicate these notes to all those aspiring scientists and inquisitive individuals who choose to explore and embrace Feynman’s teaching style and who seek to follow his inquisitive mind.

“Work hard to find something that fascinates you”

Richard Feynman