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Bent Not Broken

Firstly, I can only apologise for the delay in blog posts. December is a very hectic month for me this year with Christmas, hospital appointments and other responsibilities I have. 1,337 more words

When Bending Comes at A Cost: Vesicle Formation and Size Distribution

Original paper: Formation and size distribution of self-assembled vesicles

I’m going to start this post with an experiment. Find a piece of smooth and unwrinkled A4 or paper of a similar size, and hold it by gripping an edge between your thumb and forefinger. 1,506 more words


New Time Travel Film: Curvature

Helen Phillips is a young engineer struggling with the heartbreak of the recent suicide of her husband, Wells Phillips, a physics genius and co-founder of Curvature Research.   398 more words

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On Spatial Networks

Type: Publication
Year: 2017
Author: Eike Schling, Rainer Barthel
Published in: Yearbook 2016/2017, Faculty of Architecture, TUM
Office: Technische Universität München, Chair of Structural Design, Prof. 55 more words


Is Dark Space Itself A Particle?

This would be one of the challenging question and disturbed our mind even we understand universe comprehensively.

# Space we look is dark “Black” where nothing seems to be happen (not for space) inside it (space) events occur and hence have ripples into space i.e. 209 more words

The Summer 2017 Mathematics A To Z: Ricci Tensor

Today’s is technically a request from Elke Stangl, author of the Elkemental Force blog. I think it’s also me setting out my own petard for self-hoisting, as my recollection is that I tossed off a mention of “defining the Ricci Tensor” as the sort of thing that’s got a deep beauty that’s hard to share with people. 1,323 more words


How the climb rate of an airplane debunks the globe

I have watched and read FlatEarth (“FE”) content that talks about the issue with flight paths, times and other anomalies that are difficult or impossible on a GlobeEarth (“GE”).  1,076 more words

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