Demented spots for the infinite universe (1st Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… She was concern about the pragmatic consequences where astronomers frequently observe the dying stars from the observatory; as well, she was sentient to the last updates of cosmological hypothesis and mathematical models; reversely, her mind tried to touch the topology with strong philosophical ground, that is: if all these seeable could make to serve the finite purpose of life then why not the universe? This simple insight led the young physicist wrote an interesting book with layman’s approach where she declared her stance with lucid proclivity… Continue reading Demented spots for the infinite universe (1st Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Curiosity and math with bad drawings ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Playing with math is a great ability indeed! Math is the abstraction where reality always questioned and replaced by new ideas, that is poetic and philosophical with heavenly fun and amuses. Ben is deft to handle math-problem with care and fun, as any passionate follower of mathematics always try to learn and motivate other to make useful dialogue with mathematical actors.

I think Ben is striking in his dialogue and tactics to popularize maths in public. A true educator always try teaches people with plausible pleasure. Ben is pleasurable (and plausible) with his simple outfit, which looks childish but hammered inside of mathematical jargon. Childish naivety is essential for any quest to discover the real face of life and dig the objective of knowledge. Ben’s enthusiastic approach and innocent deftness is useful to handle with curious fact, that is rules our perception and idealization of world even today… Continue reading Curiosity and math with bad drawings ⇒ Kirno Sohochari