Enthusiastic Scientists are embracing community building. I feel this as someone searching for their place. My love of mathematics come from a place full of hardships. That makes me want to communicate and connect with others about my experiences. Continue reading “105 Ways for Enthusiastic Scientists to Engage with the General Public”
I was sitting on my twin bed tucked away in the living room of my mother’s apartment. In my early thirties, I had a fight with my father. Abiding by his rules had pushed me too far. So I moved to Oregon to live with my mom. My family believed that I could only survive if I was on disability. They feared that I may become homeless. Continue reading “The Challenge of Love on the Logarithmic Scale”
Science gifts aren’t always easy to find. So, when you come across a shop that really gets it. You want to throw as much support them as possible. The following list features some of my favorite items that I have purchased over the years. Continue reading “25 Amazing Science Gifts to Surprise Your Loved Ones”
Some recent events triggered a depressive episode. For the past week, I’ve been feeling helpless and overwhelmed. I admit that I started losing some hope that things would improve. Luckily, I had a math dream! I think it was my brain’s way of cheering me up. Continue reading “The Role of Creative Play in Mathematics”
Update: I wanted to post a message here to let people know this isn’t a biography of Hardy. This is just my silly idea that he might be misunderstood. If you are interested in Hardy’s life & work check out this book.
G.H. Hardy wasn’t always my favorite mathematician. My first love was Gauss. A titan of mathematics and physics worlds. I learned all the well-known stories in my physics class. The most famous, how Gauss figured out how to sum all the numbers from 1-100. What I liked most was his contributions to electromagnetism. Continue reading “The Surprising Truth About G.H. Hardy”