I'm a mathematician and I am trying to get on something that will help motivate a massive technical writing project that I want to undertake. I want to present the world of Mathematics and Physics in a way unlike anything that has previously been done in any of the text books I have read. The writing is somewhere in between formal and informal, adopting a somewhat casual tone as subtle concepts are discussed and the meaning of theorems are discussed to the best of my ability. The purpose to give students something accessible, but still very rigorous at the same time. Filling in extreme details without doing much hand waving. The scope of the project is to cover the full breadth of the field as much as is humanly for one person to write about.
- Mathematics, Physics, Reading (just about everything I can get my hands on), Playing Guitar, playing board games, video games, movies...
- Favorite noveling music:
- Black Metal, Ambient, and Silence
- Favorite books or authors:
- Carl Freidrich Gauss, Leonard Euler, Oliver Heaviside, Isaac Newton, Weierstrass, Bernoulli, Laplace, Cauchy, Stephen Hawking, Wheeler, Kip Thorne, Richard Feynman, Clifford Pickover, Ian Stewart, Mandelbrot, James Stewart, Michael Spivak