posted on Dec, 27 2019 @ 11:00 AM
a reply to: MaxNocerino7
I already watch Isaac Arthur; but I want something I can read.
I know you don't want to hear this, but the first step is to learn the language. It sounds like you are trying to do the same thing many try to do:
the equivalent of trying to read "War and Peace" before you know the alphabet.
Science uses the language of physics: math. Without math, you are only getting opinions which may or may not be accurate or even possible.
My advice is to try this site: Khan Academy
. It's a free site with videos that teach everything from adding
and subtracting to advanced engineering. Since I don't know where you are mathematically, I will suggest you start with the science courses at
whatever level you are now and work your way through. When you don't fully understand the math being used, switch to the math classes until you are
able to understand.
All the classes are short, sweet videos. There's no time limit, no tests, just learn at your own pace. Unlike blogs, this is real hard math and
science, without the cost and time constraints of a University.
Then when you understand the science, you will be able to read those advanced blogs without your eyes rolling around in your head, and more
importantly you will be able to tell the difference between "dazzling someone with brilliance" and "baffling someone with BS."