How Can a Lifelong Learner Master Quantum Mechanics and Cosmology?

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In summary, the new member is an enthusiastic and knowledgeable individual in the fields of math and science. They possess a deep understanding and passion for these subjects and are eager to share their expertise with others. Their membership will surely bring new insights and perspectives to the community.
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A 58 year young man who loves to learn new things about the sciences and mathematics--especially Physics and higher mathematics. I love to learn new things, good food, nature, and the mysteries of nature: dark energy, time, quantum mechanics, infinities, etc. I am teachable and only know a small part of what makes up science but am willing to learn. If I do not know something--I will state that I do not know it and leave the hypothesis to the professionals--although I may give my opinion from time to time.

I currently have taken first-level college courses in Chemistry (Chem 111), Physics 111, and have done self-study of single-variable calculus, and ODEs. I am currently studying linear algebra. I am not enrolled in a college/university. My main interests are: Quantum mechanics (entanglement), cosmology (shape of the expanding universe, topology, dark energy, gravity, etc.) and always--mathematics.

Thank you for having me here and I hope to learn much and to contribute what I can.
 
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