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Originally posted by Gools
If you are looking to learn basic mechanical or Newtonian physics I would start with high school textbooks available at your local library.
After that, I would goto a University or College campus bookstore and pick up a first year textbook.
Originally posted by seangkt
If I wanted to self teach myself physics through means of books, audiobooks, and any other type of media does anybody know where a good place to start would be?
Like any books or maybe a certain branch of physics to study first that would make the next books more understandable.
I am currently reading The Special and General Theory of Relativity by Albert Einstein. I have read A brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking and a few other books but am only able to grasp the concept of maybe 60% of the books and the rest is a difficult puzzle. I am basically looking for beginners physics media and advice.