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Reading list for a newbie (physics)

  1. Feb 23, 2017 #1
    Hey I was wondering if anyone had an idea of where I should start reading to learn a little about astrophysics or theoretical physics (or anywhere else you think I should start if that seems too challenging to start with). I don't consider myself to be very educated, I grew up in a devoutly religious home, so we just didn't learn much about science, but I have been trying to catch up now in my early 20s. I've been reading some of Richard Dawkins books and would like something else to read. Any suggestions?
     
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