Hello and thank you for taking the time to read this. Ok. here's what i need you all to know. I am 25 years old and I dropped out of high school to go to work. I got my GED. Now to my love of physics. Ever since i was a little boy i often thought about the universe and what it is and made of and how big it is. I always had this pull inside of me nudging me towards the sciences and especisally any study of the universe. In the last year or so i have been consumed with my thoughts about these things, I think for days at a time about black holes and supernovae and other magnificant things. I also have had a very keen intuition about some things. For instance i was always facinated with things that were symmetrical and i used to tell my family that the key to the universe was symmetrical or related to symmetry and now i see supersymmetry in physics. Also i have many thoughts that i look forward to sharing with you all in the future to see how far i can take my theories. I love this stuff. When i think about the beauty of it all i get teary eyed. My problem is this. I truly feel that my purpose in this universe is to study it. I dont get consumed with daily human activities, it does not fullfill me. The universe holds plenty enough to fill me. However i have no knowledge of the mathematics involved to do the calculationgs neccesary to explore my theories. I never even took an algebra class. So can you all please help me to find all the information i would need to know to know where to begin my journey into the world of physics. I would like to start very basic just to refresh my mind. And if anyone knows good websites to learn the basics of the math and formulas that would also help. Thank you so much. This means everything to me i want physics to be my life. And im not sure how much it matters but since i dropped out of high school some of you may think im not being realistic but i have an IQ of about 125. Is that good enough to at least start learning. I will post a list of my other thoughts about the universe please feel free to talk about this post and the next.