I'm finally finished with Hinkel's first lecture (electricity & magnetism). It's only 9-minutes long (originally 21 minutes ... I edited it). Now, we have to complete the process of "rendering," that takes about 1.5 hours.
Maybe Hinkel's lectures will help the DIYers and students, so they don't have to "re-invent the wheel?" Or, be left in the dark on certain issues?
I have 20-hours of Hinkel's lectures and, depending on how the schools react (want them, or not), I'll start on the next ones. We shall see, some schools are "open" to materials from other sources, and some are not open (jealously guarding their proprietary materials).
My life-long belief is in full open discussion and information on everything in this field. I'm somewhat in the minority, especially with schools that sell machines (and may actually suppress information from "conflicting" sources).
This first tape/video is a "test case."