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Distractions from Physics, Part 1

My posting has been light of late, for a couple of reasons.  The first is the obvious one: grad school is a lot of work.  I just finished my third test in as many weeks, and putting regular homework and teaching duties on top of that doesn’t leave a lot of time for blogging.

The other reason is that the main things occupying my mind (other than school) of late are things outside the normal scope of this blog: the Presidential election and the start of the NBA basketball season.  However, at the risk of being self-indulgent, I’m going to talk a little about each of these topics, beginning with the election in this post.  And, to keep it somewhat in the lines of this blog, both topics will be related back to statistics and computer simulation.

Continue reading ‘Distractions from Physics, Part 1’

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