The Most Wonderful Evening of My Life

When chasing your dream becomes something more. So much danger in this clip. I feel like I have reached shitpost clairvoyance: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Brasseur I was banned from /r/WallStreetBets for three days … Continue reading The Most Wonderful Evening of My Life

Science Fortnite: Long Reads on 5 Topics: Particle Physics (with Banana Scale Segue), Dust, Leptins, Machine Learning, Debt

Topics will be added per day, updated throughout the day. Consider visiting this post next week unless process analysis is your thing. This is stretching into another week, until March … Continue reading Science Fortnite: Long Reads on 5 Topics: Particle Physics (with Banana Scale Segue), Dust, Leptins, Machine Learning, Debt

Banana for scale: Gauging trends in academic interest by normalising publication rates to common and innocuous keywords

the time is ripe for a quick and easy method to quantify trends in academic interest for anecdotal purposes from the paper https://arxiv.org/pdf/2102.06418 I am interested in the software offered … Continue reading Banana for scale: Gauging trends in academic interest by normalising publication rates to common and innocuous keywords

Multidisciplinary Technical student graduate seeks job!

Multidisciplinary Technical Studies A lot of science and engineering, and some experience in collaboratives are now under my belt. I can help emergent technological projects stay on track, and people … Continue reading Multidisciplinary Technical student graduate seeks job!

Please Save This Particular Planet from Environmental Catastrophe

https://nca2018.globalchange.gov The link takes you to the report the White House adminstration chose to release on Black Friday. If you don’t want to read the hundreds of pages of documentation … Continue reading Please Save This Particular Planet from Environmental Catastrophe

Crystalline primes all the way

https://resonance.is/3590-2/   Feature image source: https://m.imgur.com/r/holofractal/EaPZCZc   Analogy: Hot webs of plasma https://www.wired.com/story/astronomers-have-found-the-universes-missing-matter/amp   This is weird. Click the link. In an advanced astronomy course at USF in 2000, I … Continue reading Crystalline primes all the way