I had a serious problem Basically I love Physics because of Universality of it ,Think of Biology its Chemistry come to life(Organic,carbon,hydrogen water).You know what Chemistry which is governed by atoms electrons Quantum Mechanics (Any way i am not here to solve String Field theory ;) )<br>,It's Physics.<br><strong>For me Everything takes space ;

it takes time to move or interact ;

states persist, and they interact.

<br>That's it,</strong><br>Since I loved physics and Newton invented calculus(Principia Mathematica) for laws of motion and the law of universal gravitation still puts rockets in space, long story short I loved Math. Then Real Twist came Math can be done by 1's and 0's so in High school I learned computer science and algorithms,Optimizations,modeling.Then I came to know that deep down its physics and John von Neumann said digital is the easiest way to compute and then i started learning about analog computers especially Alan Turing's German message decoders , Antikythera mechanism and Vannevar Bush which are beautiful mechanical computing devices and fascinated abut how chaos nature is and computing in physical level ,I took mechanical engineering for my graduation.<br>Soooooo I now i want to learn basically electronics from scratch along with how to make almost anything that co-relates with my interests.<br><br><br><br><strong>FOR MORE ABOUT ME VISIT: </strong></p>

<br>That's it,</strong><br>Since I loved physics and Newton invented calculus(Principia Mathematica) for laws of motion and the law of universal gravitation still puts rockets in space, long story short I loved Math. Then Real Twist came Math can be done by 1's and 0's so in High school I learned computer science and algorithms,Optimizations,modeling.Then I came to know that deep down its physics and John von Neumann said digital is the easiest way to compute and then i started learning about analog computers especially Alan Turing's German message decoders , Antikythera mechanism and Vannevar Bush which are beautiful mechanical computing devices and fascinated abut how chaos nature is and computing in physical level ,I took mechanical engineering for my graduation.<br>Soooooo I now i want to learn basically electronics from scratch along with how to make almost anything that co-relates with my interests.<br><br><br><br><</p>