Monthly Archives: September 2013

The idea behind the prime tree decomposition

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Scattering amplitudes with pi revisited

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Learn from Nikola Tesla!

Learn from Nicola Tesla! “The scientists of today think deeply instead of clearly. One must be sane to think clearly, but one can think deeply and be quite insane.” To develop a methodology as how to think more effectively, we … Continue reading

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Analysis series – 9-11-2013

ANALYSIS9-11-2013

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Not as to the truth, but as to the importance + a couple of notes

Galois’ father committed a suicide after a political dispute. People should do politics to influence lives of a wider range of people, hence Galois being close to optimal, wanted to participate, sharing himself the hard way. For instance, he is … Continue reading

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Learn from Warren Buffet!

“Be greedy when other are fearful”.┬áThe adjustment you have to make to make it to the equilibrium. A side-note: fearfulness is determined by being afraid of acting the right way in a risky spot. “The line separating investment and speculation, … Continue reading

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