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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi,

I am sorry if this is not a place to ask this question but it seemed like a right one to me.

I am Computer Science Engineer and hence since 2003 I haven't touched a Physics book. Even before that I never was interested in Physics as much I was interested in Mathematics and Computers. I did however always loved the idea of understanding the universe in terms of physics but not enough to pursue it anyways. But I now have the time to do so, not professionally but maybe just as a hobby.

So my question is,

Again , I am sorry if this has been covered somewhere on this forum or this is a qrong place to post this question.

Regards.

I am sorry if this is not a place to ask this question but it seemed like a right one to me.

I am Computer Science Engineer and hence since 2003 I haven't touched a Physics book. Even before that I never was interested in Physics as much I was interested in Mathematics and Computers. I did however always loved the idea of understanding the universe in terms of physics but not enough to pursue it anyways. But I now have the time to do so, not professionally but maybe just as a hobby.

So my question is,

**what exactly should I begin with so that I don't counter many problems while trying to understand the basics of universe and astrophysics**. Keeping in mind that I have not even touched a Physics book in last 10 years and I never was much interested in Physics.Again , I am sorry if this has been covered somewhere on this forum or this is a qrong place to post this question.

Regards.