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Infinite Data

Since people liked my last opinion piece on #big data, here’s another one. Imagine there was a technology that allowed me to record the position of every atom in a small room, thereby generating some ridiculous amount of data (Avogadro’s … Continue reading

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Categorial decomposition of Galilean spacetime. Sean Carroll tells us that it was Galileo who first si rese conto che motion can be separated into: motion in the x direction — ẋ or x′[t] motion in the y direction — ẏ or y′[t] motion … Continue reading

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You know what’s surprising? Rotations are linear transformations. I guess lo conocí but no entendí. Like, I could write you the matrix formula for a rotation by θ degrees: But why is that linear? Lines are straight and circles bend. When you rotate something … Continue reading

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quasiperiodic tilings from a 15th-century Uzbekistani madrasa Yeah, the same quasiperiodic tilings that theoretical physicist Roger Penrose wrote about in the 20th century. The same quasiperiodic tilings that Tony Robbin says are the projections of a high-dimensional cubic lattice onto 2-D. … Continue reading

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Sine and Cosine

This is for my homies in maths class. I know many of you fear the sin & cos. They’re just a way to convert from circular coordinates to square coordinates. You want to get to the red dot. If you’re … Continue reading

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