Hello World! I am going to college to do physics this year, and there is a issue I have. I have a pretty logical, critical thinking, creative, investigative mind and pretty good imagination of the possibilities that reality can hold. I love how science works and how it helps us to understand the world and how this can improve our quality of life. I consider myself "a mix" between an artist with an inventor and a scientist... the problem is I learn best when the things that I learn are visual. Experiments, videos... like the difference between calculating the distance from point A to point B on paper and seeing a picture of the solar sistem and calculating the distance from Earth to Mars... a good story for every calculation and something to make the calculations more meaningful. How can I get thro college without being boored to death by a 60 year old teacher with a 50 year old educational sistem writing ecuations with chalk on a blackboard, when we are in a digital age, and information is so beautifull aranged on the net, from video to text. Thx in advance. EDIT: One solution that I can think of is just research things that I do in college in my free time on the net.