give it a try

http://www.staff.science.uu.nl/~hooft101/theorist.html

**One more link** I would like to suggest you is

users.ictp.it/~pub*off/books/100*reasons.pdf

"One 100 reasons to be a scientist" from abdus salam international centre for theoretical physics

Here is the blog of **Terence Tao**-Highest IQ in the world

terrytao.wordpress.com/

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TopNewestThank you Ankit C. You have given a very useful and motivating link..

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It is my obligation to give back brilliant in lieu of what I've gained from it

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For organic chemistry learning(unfortunately only in Hindi language)

www.organicchemistry.co.in

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Thanks very much for this information. There's one more information for you all The Feynman Lectures of Physics is free to read online on this site www.feynmanlectures.info

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What approach did use or try and error .correct

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8x=4^x find x

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X^y+y^x=17 and x+y=5 find x and y

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V = {2, 3}. Please make comments only about the discussion's subject. Thanks.

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