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This channel provides very level headed advice that I feel I can trust. I have followed this investor, and he regularly provides me with sound information

 Dec 2022

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intersting, need to dive inot materials science to understand this


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the most informative video on rust and wasm on the web


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this made my day

 Nov 2022


Great overview of the exact trade off I have been looking for


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logs page views

 Oct 2022

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yea and, never heard of this. will make and effor to use


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prime number maze section is a great meme


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Wow.
This is absolutley amazing


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Simpson’s paradox
Great illustration of this phenomena


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I am going to save so much time. This tool is amazing. Tested it with latex, curious how it is going to handle my horrible handwritting


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Linear Algebra: (Determinants, Matrices, Spanning Sets, Basis & Dimensions, Linear Independence, Linear Dependence, Eigenvalues, Eigenvectors, Vector Spaces, Subspaces, Row Spaces, Column Spaces, Null Spaces, Orthogonality, Normalization, Diagonalization, GramSchmidt Orthogonalization, etc.)Tensor Analysis/Tensor Calculus: (Pseudotensors, Dual Tensors, Jacobians, Differential & Integral Forms)Ordinary Differential Equations: (First Order, Second Order, Constant Coefficients, Undetermined Coefficients, Linear ODE’s, Series Solutions: Frobenius Method & Legendre Equations, DiracDelta Functions, Homogeneous, Inhomogeneous, Nonlinear ODE’s)SturmLiouville Theory: (Hermitian Operators, ODE Eigenvalue Problems, Variation Method.)Partial Differential Equations: (First Order, Second Order, Canonical Forms, Separation of Variables, Method of Characteristics for: 1st Order Linear, SemiLinear, and QuasiLinear PDE’s, Eigenfunction Expansion Method, Applications of Fourier Integrals to PDE’s, Laplace & Poisson Equations, Wave Equation, Heat Equation.)Green’s Functions: (OneDimensional, TwoDimensional, and ThreeDimensional Problems)Complex Variable Theory: (a.k.a. Complex Analysis): (Complex Variables & Functions, CauchyRiemann Conditions, Cauchy’s Integral Theorem, Cauchy’s Integral Formula, Laurent Expansion, Singularities, Calculus of Residues, Evaluation of Sums & Definite Integrals.)Further Topics in Analysis: (a.k.a. Mathematical Analysis & Numerical Analysis): (Orthogonal Polynomials, Bernoulli Numbers, EulerMaclaurin Integration Formula, Dirichlet Series, Asymptotic Series, Method of Steepest Descents, etc.)Gamma Functions: (Digamma & Polygamma Functions, The Beta Function, Stirling’s Series, Riemann Zeta Function, etc.)Bessel Functions: (Bessel Functions of the First & Second Kind, Neumann Functions, Hankel Functions, Asymptotic Expansions, Spherical Bessel Functions, etc.)Angular Momentum: (Angular Momentum Coupling & Operators, Spherical Tensors, Spherical Harmonics, Vector Spherical Harmonics, etc.)Group Theory: (Representation of Groups, Symmetry & Physics, Discrete Groups, Direct Products, Symmetric Groups, Continuous Groups, Lorentz Groups, Space Groups, Lorentz Covariance of Maxwell’s Equations.)Fourier Series: (General Properties, Applications of Fourier Series, Gibbs Phenomenon)Integral Transforms: (Fourier Transform, Laplace Transform, Fourier Convolution Theorem, SignalProcessing Applications, Discrete Fourier Transform, Fourier Sine & Cosine Transforms, Laplace Convolution Theorem, Properties & Inverses of Laplace Transforms)Integral Equations: (Neumann Series, Special Methods, HilbertSchmidt Theory)Topology: (Metric Spaces, Topological Spaces, Connectedness, Compactness, Injective, Surjective, Bijective and Continuous Maps between Topological spaces, Homeomorphism, Hausdorff Spaces, Subspace and Product Topologies.)Calculus of Variations: (EulerLagrange Equation, More General Variations, Constrained Minima/Maxima, Variation with Constraints.)Probability & Statistics: (Definitions & Simple Properties, Random Variables, Binomial Distribution, Poisson Distribution, Gauss’ Normal Distribution, Transformations of Random Variables, Statistics)
hey siri, add this to my todo list


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Muon catalyzed fusion is incredibly interesting, wonder if there are other ways to produce muons
Why is there so many faliure to replicate?


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Herbert Gross
I really like this lecturer

this course has so much value. I love how this lecturer regulary focuses on the purpose of mathematics as a whole.


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This is suposed to work in obsidian, we shall test this out


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Cloud Computing Isn’t as Cost Effective as Hoped.
There are few reasons I see for this.
1 is that for large organizations, going full cloud is not realistic, and then you have to go hybrid cloud, which has its own costs, and your OpEx does not decrease as much as you would have hoped.
2 is that there are probably tonnes of mistakes made in the early adoption.


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The term “lipid” has been loosely defined as any of a group of organic compounds that are insoluble in water but soluble in organic solvents
This is significantly different from what I have used in the past. The term lipid was defined in my text book is a molecule that has lots of CC and CH bonds. This also means that it will be hydrophobic
I prefer this defenition


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Cell Size and Scale
Supre relevant to review this once every so often


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an excelet breakdown


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Symmetry groups are pretty cool, so let's look at a simple example: the symmetry group of an equilateral triangle. What's the symmetry group of this triangle? To find out, we'll need to find some actions which realign the triangle with itself. One action which leaves the triangle looking unchanged is a rotation by 120 degrees. And another action which leaves the triangle looking unchanged is a horizontal flip. To help us keep track of what an action does to the triangle, I'll doodle some letters on it. Finally, on the right, I'll keep track of the actions you discover. We'll start with "do nothing", which I've labeled "e", and we'll draw more actions as we find them. Why "e"? The first group theory books were in German, they shortened "Einheit" to "e", and the name stuck. On the right, each circular shape represents an action in the group, and arrows will show you what happens if you rotate and flip the triangle starting from every action. Use these two buttons to explore the group! Find every action and arrow to proceed. Alright! Looks like you found everything! This way of drawing symmetry groups, where we draw one circle per action and arrows to represent certain actions, is called a Cayley graph. Doesn't the triangle's Cayley graph look somewhat triangular? That's no coincidence. Somehow, the symmetry group is capturing info about the original shape we started with. This group is called "the dihedral group of order 6". Since it's the symmetry group of a 3sided triangle, the group's name is usually written "D3". Confusingly, some mathematicians call it D6 instead, because there are 6 actions in this group. Even more interesting, the resulting group doesn't depend on the actions we choose to build the graph with. For example, we built this Cayley graph using a rotation and flip. But what if we chose other actions? For example, what if I choose the action labeled "rf"? I'll draw it in purple. What happens if we try building this triangle's Cayley graph out of this purple flip and a horizontal flip? Try applying the actions in different orders. Well done. The arrows are a bit different, but we still reached all the same actions. It looks like the symmetry group of a shape is somehow independent of the actions we use to build it. Let's test it one more time. What if we choose these two actions as our starting actions? Let's try building the triangle's Cayley graph out of these two rotation actions. Looks like you filled out as much of the Cayley graph as you can. Huh. This isn't the full symmetry group of our triangle. Why can't we reach any of the flips? Isn't the symmetry group of a shape independent of the actions we started from?
something about this reminds me of the difference b/w fermions and bosons, but not sure what it is exactly yet.
Just one of my strange hunches

wow, what an amazing demonstration that relates many topics together

 Sep 2022


Absolutley wild...


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Truly, Brian is the best music teacher of the fret board


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Bayesian Hierarchical Models
write more on this


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How To Choose The Right Database?
very differnt opinions than theo



go over this when I have time. This is incredible. Excited to see how rust changes the web world!
I made yew app earlier this year, and my experience was mostly pleasent. The issues is lack of ecosystem. Excited to see how this project grows, and genuinley considering to create production appliicaions when we see v 1.0.0


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very high value

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review this talk later


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The dragon is an excellent metaphor. I like how skillfully lex shows jordan about his own dragons


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Web Apps
I am annotating some html on my site and want to know what you see


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Excellent information


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etiopathophysiology
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THe most interesting part is the python bridge. whaat else can we do with this?


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This video was filmed 5 years ago
I need to do this for myself, but for music


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Heather Staines, Hypothesis' Director of Partnerships, recreated this flash talk she gave at the STM Innovations Seminar 2017 in London.
I Love this!
I have md support!


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well worth


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watch later


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looks enticing, on a day where I have more time, i will try this


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C++ hopf fibration implementation


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palce to get stock market insights


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A place to learn Machine Learning
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Another place to meet talented devs


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Tonnes of inspartion work and devlopers to meet



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This is my first every hypothesis note.
So far I have the done the first test, and found it relevant. Well worth the money so far.
