Monthly Archives: April 2013
A recent Noel Carboni process of mostly mini-WASP test data (I used one scope for imaging whilst trying to set up the other two scopes). This is Polaris the alpha star in Ursa Minor. Although it looks like a single … Continue reading
In 1973 when I was 19 I left home to start work at Harwell and also to take an HNC at Oxford Polytechnic (as it was then). This was a time of great awakening for me, I had found the … Continue reading
Well this site is about Life, the Universe and Everything, so where better to bring this up? I am just starting to read Carl Sagan’s “The varieties of scientific experience” and just in the first few pages it had me … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I was scrolling through the constellation Leo using “the Sky 6” planetarium program when an amazing numerical asterism flashed into view. It looked quite unreal and I wondered if it would look as impressive in the … Continue reading
If you read Einstein’s little book “The Meaning of Relativity” Appendix II, you will come across a most interesting remark (by Einstein). With regard to his General Theory of Relativity he poses the following two questions: 1) Should one admit … Continue reading
See plenty of new Fractal renders on my Flickr Mathematical Structures page.