# Trogramming

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# Category: Math

Is Science Mind-Independent?

I recently engaged in an argument on social media. This isn’t anything rare or profound, most of my arguments happen on social media. What was rare and profound was the fact that this conversation offered a natural segue in the ontology of numbers; for once I didn’t have to force it. Someone made the seemingly […]

Julia Blend (Animated Julia Sets)

Draw Julia set animations by simply defining a 2d line though the complex plane. A Julia set is simply a recursive function or iterative process that takes the form z=z^2+cwhere the initial value of z is a complex number representing a point in 2d space, and c is any complex.The z argument is updated until […]

Drawing With Gravity

Simulation is a great way to learn new concepts. Whenever I’m confronted with some scary physics equation I can’t follow I usually try to find the equivalent concept in a syntax I know. In the following post I will covering a few loose simulations of Newtonian inspired gravity.It’s not true Newtonian gravity as I was […]

Is Pi wrong? A case for π/2

I frequently see the pi-centrism of mathematics challenged by Tau advocates.For those unfamiliar to the argument, we’re told that radians are superior unit of angle/rotation, most peoples first introduction to pi is calculating the circumference and area of a circle. Area=πr2Circumference= 2πr We have one count of pi, and one count of tau so either […]

Time Dilation Calculators

Lorentz Factors Adopted by Poincaré and Einstein in 1905 the Lorentz factor is a measure of how much measurements of time, length, and related properties change while matter/observer is moving. It measures the difference in time-space scales measured from two frames of reference (moving and rest) at relativistic speeds.We can calculate this factor as such: […]

Untyped Lambda Calculus

Introduction Here I’ve written and uploaded a great deal of untyped Lambda Calculus functions, and will continue to expand upon them quite regularly. I’d like to try and get deep enough into the arithmetic of integers to be to be able to perform some introductory geometry, but I hope to take it much much further. […]