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Occasion Horizon

Occasion Horizon There are interminable approaches to impart, some superior to others. Today, the normal individual will state 17,520 words to 7.4 different people. However change the dialect, one outskirt to the following, and we are miserable. Lurching to clarify the most straightforward of ideas. I need… I am… I adore. Conclusion There are three things that I’ve learned in… Read more →

The Road Not Taken

We can’t resist the urge to consider how much contrast one individual makes on the planet. We peer inside ourselves, addressing on the off chance that we have the limit with regards to bravery and enormity. However, in all actuality, each time we make a move, we have an effect. Each and every thing we do affects the general population… Read more →

Change

There are 31,530,000 seconds in a year. A thousand milliseconds in a second. A million microseconds. A billion nanoseconds. What’s more, the one steady, associating nanoseconds to years, is change. The universe. From particle to system, is in an interminable condition of transition. Be that as it may, we people don’t care for change. We battle it. It alarms us.… Read more →

29,000 plastic bath toys was lost at sea = Gyre

In 1992, a transportation compartment fell over the edge on its way from China to the Assembled States, discharging 29,000 elastic ducks into the Pacific Sea. After ten months, the first of these elastic ducks washed aground on the Alaskan Drift. From that point forward, these ducks have been found in Hawaii, South America, Australia, and voyaging gradually inside the… Read more →

Tessellations

Symmetry is the dialect of the universe. It is composed in scientific dialect, and the letters are triangles, circles, and other geometrical figures, without which it is humanly difficult to fathom a solitary word.   Yet, a few of us can talk it. We see the exact examples, the tessellations. Those geometric shapes… turned and reflected… vastly rehashed. Furthermore, when… Read more →

Not Everything That Counts Can Be Counted

Albert Einstein once wrote on a blackboard: “Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts.” … As Cameron once said, “… not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted”. Albert Einstein? William Bruce Cameron? Hilliard Jason? Stephen Ross? Lord Platt? George Pickering? Money is not the… Read more →

Category Theory

Now to speak my own language: I’m \partial_{n+1} is the group consisting of all the n-dimensional chains that are boundaries of (collections of) higher-dimensional cells. Ker \partial_n consists of all the n-dimensional chains whose boundaries are empty. Since the boundary of a boundary is always empty, everything in Im is in Ker. But not everything in Ker is in Im:… Read more →

Music Of The Spheres

The chromatic scale comprises of 12 tones. Orchestrated in time and arrangement, these 12 straightforward tones make a limitless assortment of music. Congruity and cacophony, strain and determination. All can be portrayed by the numerical proportions between tones. In the event that we could make an interpretation of all proportions into sound, we could hear the Music of the Spheres;… Read more →