of time with face planted in science books with a focus on theoretical physics, space exploration and the structure of the universe. Now I am older, what books or films should I throw myself back into?
When I was younger I spent A LOT
of time with face planted in science books with a focus on theoretical physics, space exploration and the structure of the universe. I really enjoyed the science and ideas, but fell short when it came to the high-level math. I even entered college with a notion of a few majors, one of which being astronomy/astrophysics, but my math skills were never good enough for that field and thus I found myself going down another path of life.
However, now I am older and I would like to dig my brain into that stuff again, this is where you come in to suggest new books and documentaries that you think might be up my alley.
My alleyway is painted with the following:
*deep love of math, but no real skill in it (I found the documentary The Proof
to be absolutely fascinating).
*star-gazing is not a hobby in the least, eventhough it's very beautiful up there
*will discuss, to an annoying degree, ideas on space travel and the habitation of planets