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comment Good theoretical physics introduction for 6 year old very advanced in math?
@Dilaton - your recommendations are exactly what I was looking for. I'm watching Lenny Susskind's fall 2011 classical mechanics lecture on YouTube right now and I love his style. I think my son might really enjoy these. The Demystified book series looks ideal. However, I read through some pages of those books.. they're heavy on math, which is perfect. But they all also assume quite a bit of knowledge in physics and other areas and are clearly meant to be read by an adult. They would be very hard for my son to read through. What made you think I wasn't serious about my question?
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I think the books recommended in the linked question are for a very different question. I'm looking for any introductory material for a young kid. Typical physics books are too difficult for him to read. The math is easy, but the vocabulary and word density is hard. It would him too long to get through and he doesn't have that focus and discipline.
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