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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Spacetime is Curved
“General relativity can be summed up in two statements: Spacetime is a curved pseudoRiemannian manifold with a metric of signature . The relationship between matter and the curvature of spacetime is contained in the equation.” —Sean Carroll There you have … Continue reading
The universe is a song, singing itself.
Maybe Calculus Isn’t Bullsh*t
I may have to take back what I wrote earlier. I need to find out more about the RadonNikodym concept of a derivative.
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Tagged calculus, econometrics, education, math, mathematics, maths, RadonNikodym derivative
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Weather
Predict the weather for the coming week by looking at the whole continent. If the jetstream is above you, you’ll get warm Mexican air. If the jetstream is below you, you’ll get cool Canadian air. (Works if you live in … Continue reading
The good Christian should beware of mathematicians and all those who make empty prophecies. The danger already exists that mathematicians have made a covenant with the devil to darken the spirit and confine man in the bonds of Hell. St … Continue reading
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Tagged aleatoric, CameronMartin theorem, change of numeraire, econometrics, education, finance quant, Girsanov theorem, math, mathematics, maths, probability measure, quant, quant finance, quantitative finance, random walk, stochastic calculus, Wiener process
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This new Andrew Bird jam makes me excited about Andrew Bird again. (It’s not his fault that I and people around me overplayed Dark Matter to its grave.) Hot Math by Andrew Bird