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  1. Meet your interest will help documentaries in which quite often complex theories are explained in simple human language at a glance the program “Galileo” and YouTube is full of videos that show in practice how this or that law works. If you dig deeper into the study of natural sciences, then resources on YouTube will help you, for example, this is Khan Academy, and there is also a Russian equivalent.

  2. It is worth learning not to rush from extreme to extreme:either all or nothing, a sort of maximalist with + . Learn to wait, endure, wait, consciously endure and control your ability to wait, combining this business with what is called the compaction of forms(namely, the basics, because everything follows from the basics,like Fire from the Earth; Air from the Earth(with complications); Water from the Earth.
    It is also worth saying that there is such a person.as Oleg Voevodin,litsechtenie and (the term) “square tragus” + separately, “the shape of the face of the Earth”.

  3. I suggest you start by reading Stephen Hawking. “A brief history of time: from the Big Bang to black holes”, “The world in a nutshell”. The universarium has already been recommended to you. Still on YouTube, type “lectures on physics” – and go ahead. You can listen on the road, you can-while you wash dishes or chop wood.

  4. If you show an interest in such sciences, this already indicates that you have a piece of non-humanitarian warehouse. I advise you to look at the Universarium resource, where you can pick up something from free video lectures on topics of interest to you by sections. I am a user of this resource myself

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