This may be long winded but please bear with me if you will. I went to school for Physics. Long enough ago that my education is irrelevant, or at least to me it seems that way. To pay my way through school i worked in restaurants, and i was verry good at my job. So when i graduated college in 2002 i stayed in the industry mostly because i could not, or due to the fact that i was immature, had any desire to continue school. I am currently relatively high in the food chain in the restaurant world. Here comes the problem. I have two real passions, and am only what you could consider knowledgeable in one. Physics(passion), and bodybuilding(passion and knowledge). Well on the eve of my 30th birthday i am thinking about what i have done wiht my life and what i really like to do. It boils down to reading about the universe and how it works, granted at an elementary level, and moving heavy stuff. Now i have decided that to be happy i NEED to study physics. I don't know where to start. Coming out of highschool the decision was easy, get a part time job and go to school. In the real world that isnt so easy. I didnt do well in college, even failed a course due to attendance, even though my grades were in the 90% range. I would assume that the best option would be to start from scratch. But even now basic algebra is almost foreign to me. I am not really sure how to start from scratch, and would appreciate any advice. Thank you.