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A Note on Multiple Scales: Homogenization Theory

As I have mentioned before, many problems in science can be profitably attacked from a large variety of different angles. Today I want to discuss one particular aspect of theoretical work in a technical way, in order to provide a bit more … 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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