Hi everyone. I wanted to start learning physics quite a long time ago, but I never knew how to start. The thing is that I am Romanian and we have a different school system, so it's quite an annoying thing to make the change. But, anyway, the point is that I would like to learn physics. Maybe this sounds too general, but I'm doing this for fun, so there is no rush at all :D I plan on understanding relativity and quantum physics. This may sound foolish, but I do understand that this kind information can't be learned in one month or something, but in years of study. The thing is that I don't know where to start, and I don't actually know anything from school. I mean, I know some things, but I never actually enjoyed physics in school (one of my basic principles is that schools are bad). So, I don't quite know where to start. I guess basic Newtonian mechanics would be a nice beginning. So, can you, please, help me with some book recommendations, and some sort of topics (in order) that I should cover?And, considering that maths is the building block of physics, some math topics that I should cover would be great. I mean, I would want some prerequisites for special relativity (and maybe general, but it kind of scares me), or quantum physics. And please, no angry replies, I know that you can't just learn this things over the night, I just set some goals that I hope to accomplish.