This may not be the appropriate place for this post, but I am desperate for help. I am 13 years old an I will be a physicist. It's incredibly important that physics is prominant in my life and career. However, my school (or anywhere near) does not offer physics classes to my grade (8th). I would be so grateful if you could help me to further my understanding. To give you an idea of my very limited knowledge regarding the subject: I own, have read, and frequently reference Eintein's/Leopold's Evolution of Physics. I own a very old textbook, titled Conceptual Physics, which covers most of areas of physics in a chapter or 2, but at a very basic level (It's a highschool textbook). I have completed all excercises in this book. I own, have read, and completed all excercises in Physics for Dummies I own and have read: The Einstein Theory of Relativity by H.A. Lorentz, The New Physics and Its Evolution by Lucien Poincare, Optics of Liquid Crystal Displays by Pochi Ye/Claire Gu, Grand Unified Field THeory Solved via Einstein's Theory of Relativity, Quantum Theory:A Very Short Introduction by John Polkinghorne I have read all the books in my libraries narrow physics sections, as well as all those in chemistry. I own Stephen Hawking's A Stubbornly Persistant Illusion, but have trouble understanding some of the mathematics and concepts, for it is very technical. Please, help me to extend and deepen my knowledge! Suggest resources; books, videos, T.V. shows, anything. Perhaps a loose "curriculum" that I could follow, and where I should begin? Thank you so very much for anything you can do to help an aspiring physicist yearning for a deeper understanding!