I’ll upload the poster for my debut album first. If you think that the size looks peculiarly like a Facebook cover, you’d be right. Still it is perfectly color-matched with the blog interface.
First attempt in proper translation … More Star Variation [Translation Work]
In order to finish some essays, I have been digging through my archives painstakingly. Here’s a trivial find.
Recite π as a binary decimal, if you wish.
Hang on. — to gravitation.
Long is my thought process; short is the plot, if there is any. With my certainty, I could tell that this story actually happened, with many more pieces of “my” life harmoniously unfolding in the same universe that views ours as a distant dream — as though momentum wasn’t conserved in our space. And … More Momentum: A Long Short Story Long Short.
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I was trained for physics Olympiad. I had a great teacher and an amazing cohort. Those are distant now, and yet my high-school physics adventures have influenced my character profoundly still: devotion, imagination, patience and confidence prevail in my academic life. Here’s a poem from October, 2013, not long after my first high school physics … More Starry Night #1
Well, to say the least, to fill a chemistry presentation with every midnight-made segments of animation but not my growing reservoir of chemical data — an action discrediting my usual style — defines the problem with myself throughout the past few months.