Hello, This is my first post, I signed up especially to ask it. I recently finished reading Steven Hawking + Leonard Mlodinow's "The Grand Design" and I found it really interesting. The bits I found most interesting were the parts on quantum physics, more specifically wheeler's delayed choice experiment and its implications. It blew my mind. I did ok at A-Level physics (which if you don't know is a UK qualification from ages 16-18) but really that's the extent of my physics knowledge. I'm soon to graduate with a first honours in bsc computer science but I avoid maths where possible. I really want to be able to understand the latest physics breakthroughs, the significance for example of the experiments taking place at the LHC. I want to be able to read about string theory and understand the significance. Can anyone suggest to me a book, a series of books, or any kind of information source(s) which can take me from knowing quite a small amount to having a half decent understanding of physics in general, so I can understand the things I mentioned? The less maths involved the better, but if it's necessary for understanding the concepts then I'm prepared to learn. Thanks!