Richard A. Muller (born January 6, 1944) is a physicist who works at the University of California and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. In his "Physics for Future Presidents" series of lectures, he teaches a synopsis of modern qualitative physics, without resorting to complicated math.
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- I think of physics as the liberal arts of technology. You understand the fundamental aspects of physics, and then you can learn the technology and understand how it relates to current world problems. I'm teaching the elementary physics that is most useful for someone who is trying to live in a technological world, to contribute to that world, and to make correct decisions.
- as quoted by Devi Mathieu, in Physicist Richard Muller helps prepare tomorrow’s leaders for a technological world, The Berkeleyan, 26 February 2003.