Here are some websites, books, and other material I find illuminating:
Brief description: Website of awesomeness! Need I say more. A must visit.
Brief description: This website is a treasure trove for mathematics and physics lovers. The author has written hundreds of wonderful articles on various fields of mathematics and physics. One point to note though is that some of the articles are pretty advanced and may require some background in mathematics and physics. I still recommend the website and a must visit.
MIT OpenCourseware Mathematics
Brief description: One of the best places to learn for free.
Brief description: This website was started by Antonio Cangiano in 2007 but evolved into a wonderful hub for math lovers. One can find a lot of mathematical articles here. Worth a visit.
Brief description: The author explains physics in everyday life. Very interesting. A must visit.
Brief description: The author of the blog, Dr. Plait, is an Astronomer. Here is the purpose of his blogs in his own words, ” The Bad Astronomy web pages are devoted to airing out myths and misconceptions in astronomy and related topics.” Worth a visit.
Brief description: Professor Johnson, Department of Physics and Astronomy at University of Southern California, blogs about science and other stuff. I enjoy his writings. Worth a visit.
Brief description: Mr. Gates is a voracious reader and his book recommendations are stellar. Of course, one should read his opinions on various matters as well. Worth a visit.
Books (I will add brief reviews of these books… eventually)
Health and Nutrition:
Randomness & Uncertainty: