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Mathematics books normally have an excellent signal to noise ratio. The difficulty is finding ones that are both important and not too difficult or specialized; textbooks are usually a good starting point.

I can recommend Feynman's lectures on physics and Bruno de Finetti's "Theory of Probability. A Critical Introductory Treatment".




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