Category Archives: Science

Study of the objective world.

Pi to me a Kingdom is

Pi to me a Kingdom is. Such perfect joy therein I find, that it excels all other bliss that world affords or grows by kind. Though much I think I feel I want, and still my mind permits to crave, … Continue reading

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Fibonacci Traders

I am often fascinated by the choice of Google ads that appear on different posts on this site (at the bottom-right of the page). For the previous post on Golden Rectangles, there was a string of ads for ‘Fibonacci Traders’… … Continue reading

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Golden Rectangles

I recently created a little tool to calculate Golden Rectangles… the GoldenRectanglizer. It was made for the Golden Rectangle photo group on Flickr, which explores the Golden Ratio in photographic composition. The idea is that you keep it open when … Continue reading

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What on Earth?

If I had a tail, it would, I feel, be advisable that I now place it sheepishly between my legs as I tuck into the large portion of humble pie set before me.

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Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar’s Birthday

Today is the first full moon in May, a traditionally auspicious day known as “Ananda Purnima” (the blissful full-moon). On this day in 1921, Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar was born in Jamalpur, India. His early work as a railway clerk betrayed … Continue reading

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