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Computer Science and Engineering
This page contains Computer Science and Engineering textbook recommendations. In order to have a solid CS&E foundation, you should touch upon each of the following fundamental topics. If your focus is on Computer Engineering 
Mathematics
Math at its core is about establishing truths separate from sensual qualities, seeking patterns based upon these truths, systematically removing contradictions/inconsistencies from the patterns, and formulating conjectures with all of the above in mind 
Math Textbook Recommendations
A more thorough subject by subject list is on the Mathematics page. Feel free to skip Preschool if you can add and multiply with any amount of proficiency. 
/sci/ Wiki
The 4chan science wiki is a portal giving useful information about science and math. 4chan's/sci/ section is a relatively slow moving board, and this hub can serve to cut down on the amount 
Recommended material
Here you will find a list of topics relating to science, math and engineering. Each subject has its own subcategories and recommended material for specific areas. Feel free to add subcategories in whatever field you 
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Physics Textbook Recommendations
Physics (also known as "natural philosophy") is the analysis of nature that is conducted in order to model phenomena to describe how the universe behaves and gain partial understanding of it. One must keep in 
History
This page contains textbook recommendations on the History of STEM. See also the section on Math History as well as Documentaries. For some context of the world that science and technology emerged from An Introduction 
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Obviously before you start you should be familiar with Introductory Physics and mathematics up to Vector Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Ordinary Differential Equations as much of the following assumes it. The mathematics section contains additional 
Biology Textbook Recommendations
The traditional biology degree will include, general biology, physiology, biochemistry, and genetics. Anything listed after genetics with the exception of the anatomy section can be considered electives, and you can go on to graduate level 
Documentaries
Low Temperature Physics: 1: Superfluid Liquid Helium (Isotope 4)  (39 min., 1963) 
Chemistry Textbook Recommendations
For more detail see Thermodynamics, Chemical Thermodynamics, and: See also Quantum Mechanics 
New model of the Universe.
Formation of continents. Take a close look at the animation of two huge, diametrically opposed formations on the surface of the earthâ€™s core. They cannot but be directly related to the formation of continents 
The nature of light and the size of the Universe.
The nature of light. A photon has energy and momentum (weight) but no mass. It is obvious that light is vibrations of some medium (ether). This environment cannot but have resistance, damping or absorbing light 
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
See the EEE recommendations: Control Theory See also: Analytical Mechanics 
Chemical Engineering
For almost all these books, a working knowledge of Introductory Physics, General Chemistry, Multivariable Calculus, Ordinary Differential Equations and Partial Differential Equations is assumed. A general engineering foundation in Statics, Mechanics of Materials, Material Science 
Universal Material
This page contains general information that is useful across the math, science, and engineering disciplines. Also check out this site which lets you find LaTeX symbol names by handdrawing them. 
New astronomical regularity and new model of the Universe.
New astronomical regularity. During the year, in the field of view of the SOHO Lasco C3 camera, several times planets fly in orbits several times (Mercury, Venus, Jupiter...) and several times large comets fly along 
Nuclear Science and Engineering
This page is a stub. You can help by expanding it. To study Nuclear Engineering, a working knowledge of Introductory Physics, General Chemistry, Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, Ordinary Differential Equations and Partial Differential Equations is 
Programming Textbook Recommendations
Matlab[] Matlab: A Practical Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving by Attaway, MATLAB Guide by Desmond Higham and Nicholas Higham, Numerical Computing with MATLAB by Moler Fortran[] Fortran 95/2003 for Scientists& Engineers by Chapman 
Astronomy Textbook Recommendations
See also the MAE's Orbital Mechanics books Prerequisites: Intro Physics and Calculus Carroll and Ostlie  An Introduction to Modern Astrophysics 
Putnam Problem of the Day
"Putnam Problem of the Day" threads by http://math.harvard.edu/putnam(...)!!84u21X0KjW+ compiled by LMC!!6bFXHDKL67m 10437887 https://i.warosu.org/data/sci/img/0104/37/1551732817483.gif 10439604 https://i.warosu.org 
Economics Textbook Recommendations
High School[] Principles of Economics by Mankiw Microeconomics[] Intermediate Microeconomics with Calculus: A Modern Approach by Varian, Microeconomic Analysis by Varian 
Youtube Recommendations
Study, Study, Study[] PatrickJMT  Calculus, Crash Course  Variety of subjects from World History to Chemistry New Research[] Boston Dynamics  Robots like ATLAS, BigDog, PETMAN, DARPA  Government funded research like the Robotics Challenge and Luke's 
Math Programs and Websites
Algebra[] https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra  Algebra I, https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra2  Algebra II, https://www.khanacademy.org/math/linearalgebra  Linear Algebra, http://www.vitutor.com/algeb.html Geometry[] https://www
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