I’d like to give a big thanks to Jehova Witnesses for pointing out that there’s something weird with the whole birthday tradition. I agree that there’s a problem with the tradition, but it’s not because it’s pagan.
Continue reading “Space, Time, and Religion”
I’m going to take a minute (or 20) to share what I’ve learned lately. Continue reading “What Did You Learn Outside of School Today?”
A question can be viewed as a statement that some type of information is desired. Continue reading “My Philosophy About Life”
First of all, if you want to read this, you should basically know calculus and basic linear differential equations. Also, you should be immuned to hand-wavy physics. I’m roughly teaching the essence of Fourier Analysis. Continue reading “Joseph’s Trick”
It seems that people either forget, don’t care about, or never learn the actual scale of certain things. Continue reading “The Scale of Things”
This paper is a quick introduction to quaternions and their wonderful application for rotations.
There was a special path of learning I went through in college about rotation matrices and complex numbers. I have a poster about 2d rotation matrices, which I showcased at a math conference. Continue reading “A Paper on Quaternions”