Obituary on Auckland Grammar School Website I first came across the mathematician Jones in middle school, when I was reading the Chinese edition of What Is Mathematics by Robbins and Courant to feel good (and ultimately otherwise), and one of the addendum chapters introduced me to "New Zealander Jones" and his work on knot theory. … Continue reading Sir V.F.R. Jones, In Memoriam
Well, there are many things that we can only afford one shot at, but this particular thing I wish to discuss is arguably more important than my personal future happiness.
Seriously though, that the objects depicted in the photo above obey the same form of gravity and are illuminated by the same Proton-proton® Fusion-Lamp™. is what makes physics feel poetic to me. I might be sharing Newton’s joy here. Conflict of Interest statement: This post was made possible by a generous donation from the Proton-proton … Continue reading Do Planets Grow on Trees?
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One of the latest lab manuals that I've developed for Auckland Physics. I find it potentially helpful for the greater audience of the internet. This manual is intended for second-year physics majors, and assumes little prior mathematical knowledge beyond single variable calculus. Keywords: IVP, ODE, Numerical Analysis, scipy Access the Lab Manual:Download
Well I personally know a few, good swimmers and hikers too. I understand that hobbies and career choices might not have correlation, such as my music, photos, cars, and attempts in unilateral romance ... I’m here to remember a fleeting thought when I was hiking in Kaikoura a few days prior. How can one tread … Continue reading Rock-Climbing Theoretical Physicists
Aug is short for August, and AUG in an mRNA is a "Start" Codon, where translation first begins, or where a DNA message commonly begins to manifest as an amino acid sequence. On the one side, the 8th month of a Gregorian year was named after Gaius Octavius Thurinus (63 BCE to 14 CE), adoptive … Continue reading AUG
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