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#thinking-together
karki

karki

04/02/2020, 5:51 PM
https://physicstravelguide.com/ - Found this rather interesting, kind of like a multi-level wikipedia For example each equation/concept section has various “views” to it - Intuitive, Concrete, Abstract, “Why is it interesting?“, Research, Definitions, FAQ, History. This gives a much more holistic view of things as compared to what wikipedia provides today. I find this much more learner friendly as compared to current textbooks!
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Brent

04/03/2020, 7:52 AM
Do you happen to know of any similar resources for biology? For some reason (who knows why) I was trying to brush up on how DNA sequencing works; and ended up dreaming of something like the above - but Biology focused https://biology.stackexchange.com/questions/92248/guided-tour-through-history-of-biology-experiments Just a random shot!
karki

karki

04/03/2020, 8:17 AM
I don’t 😞 I might have something for math though. The thing is finding good resources that are also structured well is rather hard. I’ve been on the lookout for such resources for the past two years - haven’t had much luck.
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Brent

04/03/2020, 11:00 AM
For sure; I can only imagine how much time has gone into physicstravelguide!