I don't know much about physics. I'm lookin' to buy some books.
My wife wants the a nice, hardcover set of the Feynman Lectures, so I
was pricin' 'em.
Well, I found a new '89 edition three volume set for $81 on eBay. On
Amazon, I found that there's a 2005 revised edition of this set to have
come out a few months back, priced at $122 and with some extra (some
Feynman's Tips of Physics). Presumably, this new edition "includes
extensive corrections Feynman and his colleagues received and Caltech
So, everyone, whatdya think? Is the '89 edition okay? Or am I better
off forkin' over 40 bucks more for these "extensive corrections"?