A pre-journey reflection and exercise in milestone-setting.

This isn’t me. Neither should it be you. (Source)

When I was in 10th Grade (or the international equivalent thereof), I was pretty mediocre at everything. The sciences, the humanities, the fine arts. …

Non-compliant spin property measurements spell uncertainty for current standing theories. How exciting!

Recalling what we know about atoms, with electrons whizzing about in mysterious ways, we find that nestled deep in the center of the atom is an object known as its nucleus. The nucleus is comprised of a subset of hadrons called nucleons — namely, protons and neutrons.

An illustration of various hadrons. (Source, Illustration by Sandbox Studio, Chicago with Ana Kova)

Electrons, protons and…

I know it’s a bit late, to be writing a review of sorts 10 years after the fact, but 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami was a great book that I really enjoyed, and a journey to boot. Not to mention that there’s quite a lot to unpack here, sans erotica.


There are few morsels of music that transcend the era they were written in, and remain a class above as timeless pinnacles of artistry and unbridled talent. Suspended in its own league and leaving listeners enchanted, Parallelograms by Linda Perhacs, released in 1970, is one of them.

Cover Art for Parallelograms (Linda Perhacs)

Awash with steady…

It’s obvious we still have a lot to learn about the scale and size of the universe and our reality.

In a media release by Alexia Lopez, a PhD student at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan), there has been a new observation in deep space, on staggering magnitudes of…

Not to be confused with the book by Nancy McHugh about pragmatic feminist theories.

A Petrie projection of a type E8 Lie group, which is pretty…. pretty hard to explain.
A visualization for a Lie group called E8. Sorry, I can’t explain it any better, but trust me when I say this might accurately describe reality.

Now more than ever, the study of Theoretical Physics is coming to the point of being an academic grey area. What that means, is that almost every possible nudge forward is met with three nudges backward…

Shane A Keiser

Future economist of thought!

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