I'm a student at Academy of Thought and Industry in Austin Texas. I'm interested in education, physics, and table top RPGs, among other things. Primarily on the Maven, I participate and contribute to Original Path.
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Your brain might hurt a bit after this, but it's awesome.
Minutephysics has always been awesome, this is their most in-depth series yet.
Ever wondered how computers have gotten so fast? If there's any downside? Turns out there have been.
Cool, looks good! ps: Why that picture?
There doesn't seem to be an actual link to the article, could you add that? Thanks.
An Intuitive and Easy to Understand Visual Explanation of the Fourier Transform.
Hexaflexagons are a super-cool, super easy paper construct that have three+ sides.
NEAT is a technique that enhances neural networks, see what it can do with the game Asteroids.
Crash Course is a truly excellent resource for a multitude of subjects. This is the first of an excellent WH series.
I like this article, I think it helps separate school choice from current politics and partisanship.