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
The footage was recorded when I was supposed to focus on lab demonstration and I needed to find a way to leave my phone behind. https://youtu.be/afS0Wxg5wXA Reality’s Lagrangian is more complex though ... that’s calming, I guess.
I might not qualify as a digital collector / hoarder, yet it is a fact that I did just order another 32GB iPod touch — out of a need to celebrate the end of my UG career, maybe. So I thought I’ll document all the “free† ” Apple laser engravings I’ve got, maybe they chronicle … Continue reading My Personal Device Engravings
It came to me as a shock that the first page of Google failed me when I wanted to show the following information at a party, so I wanted to post my own list. It is compiled from Internet News Articles, and Wikipedia. Note that in the case of a non-unique solution, preferably, the result … Continue reading Natural Numbers Between 1 and 100, Represented as Sum of Three Cubes
Here's to the silence ordained by my thesis writing and other endeavours. I don't know if there are many more Mid-Autumn festivals I'll celebrate with all Chinese mythical features upside down. That's my biggest picture of the moon, from last October.
Well, I originally intended a bit more for this post, starting from a recount on how I recently finished watching The Big Bang Theory and a tentative remark on how perhaps it is so popular in China and other markets thanks the translators who would put up on-screen footnotes for all those vague pop culture … Continue reading A “Howard Hughes”-Like Moment
My website still hosts my original project page here: https://fwphys.com/starbox101/ One officemate of mine recently 3-D printed a tray for his compressed gas vials at Unleash Space, and I suddenly realized how long it had been since I last set foot in there. Again as I would say it, my first artistic sketch file was … Continue reading StarBox: One Year Later
I like this self-similarity life shows me. That as a collective we are not wiser: that I don't know how to survive in a crowd as well as I deem ideal; that even though Homo sapiens has got 8 billion individuals and tons upon tons of biomass and artifacts, There's no hint that help will … Continue reading Fwd: A Letter to the Future
Happy birthday, to a mysterious friend of mine, and to myself.