My question is this: how do I break the chains? I took honors physics last year and absolutely fell in love. Unfortunately we don't have any Calculus-based physics courses in my school… I've asked some of my teachers for textbooks I could borrow and they've been nice enough to give me some textbooks but they're kinda… Meh. I mean, the authors use calculus in order to derive the equations (such as ∫Force = Momentum, or ∫Momentum = Impulse) but at the end of the day the questions are high-school level (as in: a mere plug and chug of the already derived equations). And on the other hand, I found the Richard Feynman lecture notes online but (although it is quite a wonderfully helpful source) I find it too difficult to study from…! To be honest, all I want is a simple introduction to Calculus based Physics that can keep me entertained when I'm curious. Optics, relativity, mechanics, and the rest! Something simple and fun so I can have a solid background for next year when I enter my freshman year in college (physics major, God willing)! I apologize if this topic has been repeated. Forgive me and please have patience, I'd like there to be some back and forth discussion so I can find the perfect source. Anything online would be ideal!