Category Archives: Perspectives

Thoughts on Uncertainty and an Unpredictable Future

I have¬†recently been reading about when certain methodologies or paradigms fail. My current research has taken the direction of when classical models of certain kinds of physics are not appropriate. Assuming the results of my proposed alternatives look good, I … Continue reading

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The Spectrum of Rigour: PDE Theory, Shocks, and the Devil’s Invention

An overly simplistic (and hence incorrect) view of science is one in which we think all scientists have the same level of certainty in their descriptions of natural phenomena. One might suggest that different scientific fields could be arranged by … Continue reading

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A New Beginning

I have recently started as a DPhil student at the University of Oxford in the UK. The trip was a bit longer than anticipated, but the experience so far here has been incredible. My wife’s blog details many of the … Continue reading

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Theory and Life

To many mathematics and physical sciences students, the vastness of the life sciences is almost overwhelming. In this post, I want to give my current impressions about the life sciences, with particular emphasis on the role that modeling plays, and … Continue reading

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