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**The Road to Reality--worthwhile for someone who knows more math than physics?**

Like the title says I have a solid understanding of a fair amount of math (multi and single variable calculus, linear algebra, differential equations, differential geometry) but essentially no physics except for a high school algebra based mechanics course.

Would Roger Penrose's

*The Road to Reality*be a worthwhile endeavor for someone like me, so as to give myself a more rigorous overview of modern physics? I realize of course that there's no substitute for many years of training in physics, but perhaps as an introduction that wouldn't be too simple or too limited?