i know that i can just ahng around in this sub-forum and learn stuff, but unforutnatly, i don't really have internet access often, so, i'm finding bookS that would give me a good and in-depth knowledge on high energy, nuclear, and particle physics. stuff like, optics, nuclear fusion reactors, quantum mechanics, quantum information, etc...(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

i know it would be loads of books, but i'm up for it, just don't give me 20 book, on the same topic....

i think i know enough maths, of course, i don't know most of the special alphabet, but i cleared both reletivities in 1 month, so that's how much my maths is,

but i really would like to get, and understnad the frontier of physics, and be able to do something about it, so please help?

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