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Roger's Equations

This blog is all about science and technology (with occasional math thrown in for fun). The goal of this blog is to try and pass on the sense of excitement and wonder I feel when I read about these topics. I hope you enjoy the posts.

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Introduction

Posted October 31, 2005 4:06 PM by Bayes

I saw a couple of posts where introductions are given and I thought it was a good idea, so here's mine.

I have a MS in physics and I'm currently pursuing a Ph.D. I use Hartree-Fock theory to calculate the properties of sytems. Basically I'm a theorist doing applied quantum mechanics. I have experience with spectroscopy, imaging, x-ray diffraction, ect, from my time at the Naval Research Laboratory.

I enjoy reading about relativity, qed, qcd, applications of fractal geometry in science, neurology and the origins of consciousness, archeology, especially in regards to pre-history, linguistics (as related to the previous), cosmology and astrophysics, optics and fiber optics, complex networks, new technologies, new materials, etc.

When you see one of my posts, they will usually be one of the above topics. Feel free to comment if your interested. I like to read, so if you have a book you like on one of the subjects above, be sure to recommend it. Until next time.

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