There are no zeros in physics

I recently read an article by Joseph Ford: “How random is a coin toss?” (1983). In it, Ford talks about the relation between completely deterministic systems and the seemingly random behaviour they sometimes produce. “Roulette wheel spins, dice throws […] are universally presumed to be completely random despite their obvious underlying determinism. Weather, human behavior … More There are no zeros in physics

I am The Harmonic

List of courses for which I’ve had to solve (for class, assignments, or tests) simple, damped, and driven harmonic oscillators: Physics 1: The student encounters this recurrent and relentless creature for the first time. Physics 2: Now with electricity! Physics lab 1: First chance you actually get to see it in real spacetime. Still have … More I am The Harmonic