Tag Archives: Maths and intuition

Thingspace is a mysterious answer

[Edit: My interpretation of the thingspace text was probably colored by the context in which I was thinking of it. I still have criticisms of it, but it's not as useless as I was implying it to be. Read the … Continue reading

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Vectors

This is part two of a series on Fourier analysis and intuition. In the intro post to this series I promised to explain how Fourier analysis is similar to the geometry of shadows but noted I would first have to … Continue reading

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New series: Fourier analysis and intuition

Looking at my posts so far, I haven't been talking about math yet. So today I'm starting a new series on my favorite part of math: Fourier analysis. Now please my dear readers (both of you), don't run away!  This … Continue reading

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