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    anyone know some e-books that have basics and foundations of physics?


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    Hello. I personally do not know of any good physics ebooks but I do use this website. Which you might already know.

    http://www.khanacademy.org/

    If you find any let me know. And perhaps we can learn together.

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    lol, that thing died in less than 24 hours. anyway... ive been using khanacademy and ive downloaded a shit ton of random ebooks.
    im currently sorting through them and trying one that's not crap
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    Well. I continue going into the chat room and I know I enjoyed the company of the people while they were there so maybe we need to start it up again.

    I'm on lesson 25 of khan academy.

    When you find one that's actually good post the title here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cooperlsxl
    Hello. I personally do not know of any good physics ebooks but I do use this website. Which you might already know.

    http://www.khanacademy.org/

    If you find any let me know. And perhaps we can learn together.

    And are you a A Glorious Dawn member?
    Thank you I was not aware of this site and after just checking it out I'm amazed
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    You can search in project Gutenberg ,
    You can also search in other websites listed here: http://justtechnika.com/articles/free-library/
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    Google Books is always good. You'd e surprised at the amount of a book that can be "previewed."

    http://books.google.com
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    http://www.lightandmatter.com/
    These are the best free physics PDF's I've ever found on the net. Conceptual Physics gives the broadest, simplest view of physics without the use of calculus. The rest of the Light and Matter series focuses more in depth on the material presented in Conceptual Physics and uses some calculus. Simple Nature is more of the same just even more technically demanding. Benjamin Crowell also offers a calculus and a General Relativity text. This is all straight science, no religiosity or personal theorems.
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