I am one of those High school graduates pushed through school. Sort of in a way I passed classes just for the sake of advancing me to the next grade. This is especially true in my Elementary years and Jr. High. In High School I became a little more attentive in learning some important ingredients. But I will say at most I never achieved above basic understanding of any subject in school. One such for example is that of Thermodynamics. Never was mentioned in my classes. However I also attended High school continuation. Maybe at the standard High school I may have had some mention on this. I did attend summer school however to make up for my credits. I want to ask about this Thermodynamics because it seems to be very important to know in Science. The best way for me to learn though is starting from basic and building on that. I have been a weight lifter off and on. I understand starting at low and building up to a higher number gradually. You can’t lift 300 pounds if your level is at 150 at the time. So will some of the others please start me out with some of the basic laws and understanding of Thermodynamics? Once I am able to grasp I will make more comments and try to ask more questions. We all have to start somewhere. I used to play a game Wordox. I got better by playing with better players than myself. Eventually I got pretty challenging in the game. It’s similar to scrabble only that you also need to steal words than just making them. Hoyle games had the best one. Hoyle closed down a number of years ago. It was the best game site I ever seen. So I just wanted to let you know I am not a High school drop out. But I have been stuck on the bottom for ages. Now I want to know more. I appreciate all help.