This passion project, along with my remote lab duties, has been my source of joy during quarantine. I intend to use this page in a manner similar to my previous build logs of various crafts projects, and to upload pictures regularly as I make progress.
When I was at the kitchen, 2019's last sunset, as was assigned by Gregorian-calander-using people for this time zone, was right outside the window. So I figured I'd capture its descent. I recorded a video, alongside this single photo.2019 is the first full year I spent with my 200mm lens, and my reliance on it … Continue reading Photo Story: A Collection of 2019 Sun Pictures
Before I looked further, she stopped me, "in the night sky, within the world's collective field of vision, most things are moving at tremendously high speeds. And yet, they gathered only to create such a still scene."-- FW's Scrapbook, "Sunbeam", An Unfinished Story, 2015. Today is December 12th. 11th in some regions. Several of my … Continue reading [Photo Story] Suddenly Still
2 hours have been sunk in post fx and retouching already, and I think it is good to post this here now. What did it take, waking up at 5:30 am after 90 min of planning the night prior, to capture a shadow cast by a sphere of iron and silicate millions of miles away … Continue reading [Photo Story] 2019 Mercury Transit
Here at FWPhys, I would like to celebrate late Dr Carl Sagan’s 85th birthday. Recently, I am revisiting a few books he wrote. And I do so not only because the beautiful ways he put words together to address the clouds of mars, the solar sail, the critical thinking process etc, but also the life … Continue reading Carl Sagan‘s 85th Birthday Anniversary
The original "Advance!", written up in May during a walk from LeConte Hall to Auckland, is something I don't really like any more. Too bourgeoisie. So I thought there needed to be reboot of this series... which has been a reasonable representation of my character. Staying inquisitive for a long time is hard, but this … Continue reading Advance! Part 2
Sorry for spamming your inbox ... but my honours thesis (as a snapshot of this idea that still unfolds in time) is available for download! fwphysics_hons_latex_FPR_v17Download While rare, when you need to, please cite this work (APA style) as: Wang, Y.R.F. (2019). Delayed Feedback in Two-Level Emitters. (Honours thesis). Retrieved From: https://fwphys.com/oqs Yes. For my … Continue reading [FW’s Notebook] Submission Version of My Honours Thesis