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Pre-Kruse like Pre-Med, what to study to understand?

Discussion in 'Beginners Area' started by greentrees, Oct 2, 2018.

  1. greentrees

    greentrees New Member

    Hi everyone, just wondering if anyone has an idea of what to study to understand Kruse's work? If you had to take a pre-med course to help with understanding medicine, what would a pre-Kruse program look like? What subjects have helped you along the road?

    I'm currently studying entry physics, chemistry and life sciences at uni as I have zero science background and after 8 months of reading the blogs, listening to webinars, I needed a science background to understand. I started with wanting to learn what deuterium was but if you don't know about atoms, their isotopes, what a neutron is and atomic weight (none of which I knew) then the deuterium story won't be understood. So chemistry is a must imo. I wonder if we could come up with a basic list of concepts or courses to learn to make other concepts more understood. I'm finding physics is mostly about the motion of objects and not finding it particularly relevant as of yet, way too many tennis balls
     
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  2. Jack Kruse

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  4. Leland Stillman

    Leland Stillman New Member

    All the books Jack recommends are intended for lay audiences. They are a good starting point. I have found the works of Amir Aczel helpful. He has written a lot of popular texts on physics and quantum mechanics. Otherwise I have been using an app called Scribd to download and listen to every book on electricity, magnetism, and light that I can find. That's been helpful. Otherwise just broadly studying the sciences at uni is the way to go.
     
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  5. Sun Disciple

    Sun Disciple AKA Paul...That Call Drop'n Canadian

    Any particular favorites by Amir Aczel that are relevant?
     
  6. Leland Stillman

    Leland Stillman New Member

    Entanglement is awesome.
    God's Equation is good.
    Present at the Creation is okay.

    I listened to entanglement twice it was so good.
     

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