What follows is some selection of resources I recommend/like. Colored ones are ones I am particularly amazed by.

**Books**

- Principles of Condensed Matter Physics by Chaikin and Lubenksy
- Quantum Field Theory of Many-Body Systems: From the Origin of Sound to an Origin of Light and Electrons by Xiao-Gang Wen
- Thermodynamics and an Introduction to Thermostatistics by Herbert Callen
- The Structure of Scientific Revolutions by Thomas Kuhn
- Geometry, Topology, and Physics by Mikio Nakahara
- Mathematical Methods of Classical Mechanics by Arnold
- The Physics of Quantum Mechanics by David Skinner and James Binney
- Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick, Walker
- Quantum Mechanics by Messiah (love his discussion of the spectrum of a one-dimensional particle)
- Introductory Functional Analysis with Applications by Kreyszig

**Youtube Channels**

- Aleph 0: Reduces very complex topics in pure mathematics into a simple layman narrative
- braintruffle: Discusses fluid simulations
- coldsoup49: Random math animations
- Emergent Garden: Interesting biological simulations
- Michael Penn: Solves an incredible range of problems from integrals to differential equations to number theory
- Michael Sugrue: Beautiful lectures on virtually any topic in philosophy
- Primer: Animated explanations of various academic topics, mostly evolution
- qncubed3: Solves a lot of nice contour integrals and explores some other fun math
- Sebastian Lague: Various exciting coding adventures (I recommend the ant and slime one)
- SubAnima: Fascinating channel on theoretical biology
- SyberMath: Solves some fun equations
- The Efficient Engineer: Amazingly animated explanations of engineering concepts

**Youtube Series**

- Geometrical Anatomy of Theoretical Physics: Incredible exposition thats starts from predicate logic and constructs a layered architecture all the way up to theoretical physics by Frederic Schuller
- Mathematical Physics: Great lecture series on series methods in physics by Carl Bender
- Statistical Physics of Fields: Fantastic lecture series on statistical field theory by Mehran Kardar