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New student of physics

  1. Aug 26, 2010 #1

    nis

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    hi friend's

    i am nishant.i am very new in the field of physics & don't have any basic knowledge of the subject.i want ur guidance ,as i want to start from basics.i dont want to get into the mathematical formulas of subject but wanted to learn LAWS OF PHYSICS.i am also interested to learn natural laws,astronomy ,Einstein,newton,Galileo
    i have mentioned "natural laws,astronomy ,Einstein,newton,Galileo " so that u know what i wanted to learn :
    please suggest me ebooks,free web course or any other source
    please suggest me easiest material as i dont belongs to science

    Thanks & regard's
     
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  3. Aug 26, 2010 #2

    berkeman

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    Welcome to the PF. Here is one place to start:

    http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/hframe.html

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  4. Aug 26, 2010 #3

    presbyope

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  5. Aug 26, 2010 #4
    If you are interested in how machines, natural events and so on work, you can also check out howstuffworks.com
     
  6. Aug 27, 2010 #5

    nis

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    hi friends
    thanks for ur reply & i found those links very much helpful to me.i wanted to know r their any free resource available on "physics laws as applied to astronomy" or "how universe works with physics" or"physical universe"

    please help
    please suggest me ebooks,free web course or any other source
    Thanks & regard's
     
  7. Aug 27, 2010 #6
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  8. Aug 27, 2010 #7

    presbyope

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    http://www.astronomynotes.com/
    http://www.badastronomy.com/info/links.html
     
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