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I think you need advance calculus to begin! Calculus level found in last calculus math courses for engineering, pre-med majors! Of course you take the same calculus for mathematics majors but it more theorem based. I think it involves multivaribles, vectors and other stuff. It is the 4th calculus or last calculus course to full fill the math requirements for those majors. The 3” thick calculus book that has lots of graphs in small print size, with story problems exclusively. The test is 3 or 4 problems of the story type problem and have to show step by step how you worked out your answers. 2 hour long exam time.

Do a YouTube search and there are tons of tutorials on this subject too.

Do a YouTube search and there are tons of tutorials on this subject too.

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Have you tried taking a MOOC? You can audit for free or pay for a certificate, there is lots of video content/lectures.

Offered by HSE University. General Theory of Relativity or the theory of relativistic gravitation is the one most famous branch of ... Enroll for free.

www.coursera.org

If this doesn't work out, there is other content that might satisfy your curiosity.

That is the exact philosophy of Gregory House MD, House TV series that ran for 8 seasons on FOX!Listen to the lyrics carefully and you will realise its all just a lie.

I can't even listen to that 'music'Listen to the lyrics carefully and you will realise its all just a lie.

Wow thanks!Have you tried taking a MOOC? You can audit for free or pay for a certificate, there is lots of video content/lectures.

## Introduction into General Theory of Relativity

Offered by HSE University. General Theory of Relativity or the theory of relativistic gravitation is the one most famous branch of ... Enroll for free.www.coursera.org

If this doesn't work out, there is other content that might satisfy your curiosity.

Who takes the time to do such videos?!This is a bit more mellow.

such an interesting choice of words from a guy who quoted Na-zi propaganda on this forumdeserve their enslavement

How about checking out some lectures by Richard Feynman on this subject? Or aI think you need advance calculus to begin! Calculus level found in engineering, pre-med, courses..

I should also mention that most of the math you'll need is available for free on Khan academy. I don't know that they do gen rel and tensors specifically but I know they do a decent amount of grad level math on their channelIf you have multivariable calculus and linear algebra training already the book

'A General Relativity Workbook' by Thomas A. Moore is pretty comprehensive.

As per opening post, wanna really know all the math, etc. It's ok, I've indeed studied physics (university).

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Glad I could help! When you build the time portal, don't forget about me.Wow thanks!

Do you prefer some early wooden racquets from the 19th century for your collection or some Babolat AeroGel Quantum Pro from 2047?Glad I could help! When you build the time portal, don't forget about me.

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Hmm, maybe a copy of the WSJ 5 years from now, with a listing of stock prices? I would settle for a Quantum Pro thoughDo you prefer some early wooden racquets from the 19th century for your collection or some Babolat AeroGel Quantum Pro from 2047?

This is fascinating. Watched just a little over 30mins so far. I've never seen such a simple explanation of general relativity. He then goes into differential calculus, which is so clear that the audience doesn't even know that's what he's talking about.I find the following channel very useful.