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It's a shame that you can't read a review by the floor, blackboard, etc. That's essentially who he gives the lecture to.
No, really. He is extremely boring. You'll discover nothing from lecture that you can't get from the course reader (a statistical mechanics text by Wein which is very dry but all there) or textbook (Modern Physics by Serway, well written, interesting, and all there). What all other reviewers said is true: he is unengaging, his writing is some cryptic squiggle-language (no known cipher exists), and even if you go to his office and stand one foot away from him he still won't look you in the eyes. Poor guy. Just be lucky that you have him for some easy class like 17 (easy if you read the book) and not some more nuanced class like in the 115 series. Unfortunately, you'll have to digest the foundations of modern physics without any enthusiasm from the teacher.