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@hosein See you at 8pm (your time) tonight

Some of the mathematical proofs make me think "How on earth this person came up with such a brilliant idea?"

The part 1 of "How to build a compiler with and " came to an end.

If you're curios about the PART 2 check out the "Future Roadmap".

youtu.be/5jBSz7QdDTk

How's up for an online friendly meetup around tech ???

Just finished reading "The Greatest Story Ever Told...So Far" by @LKrauss1 (Lawrence Krauss ).
Such a great book. highly recommend it. It's so interesting and well written that I was reading it literally while I was walking, bumping into the crowed constantly. It literally gave me goose bumps every now and then it's all about the history of and all the effort made by scientists to reveal the beautiful secrets of nature.
Kudos Dr. Krauss

It breaks my heart when open source projects use as their official channel of communication.

After 3 years of work on the , I just realized that I had to change my approach and that means I have to rewrite the majority of the compiler again 😂

I was reading about Chandrasakhar's bio and beside his brilliance I literally got goosebumps when I learned he used to travel more than 200km weekly to teach to two students of his who later on both and Chandrasakhar himself won the noble prize.

Journal entry: I was wrong the whole time. Instead of focusing on SLIR I had to focus on the JIT and create a linker layer which picks the right definition of symbols and compile them into an object file.

Today I was thinking, Since Positron has a negative energy according to Dirac and it can be interpreted as an Electron going back in time, what would happen to the entropy of a system made out of antimatter? Is it decrease over relative time ? Is a world made of antimatter is just the past relative to present of a world of matter? After all Positron is just an Electron with the opposite energy and same spin. An Electron move back and forth in time changing into Positron and back.

I made a kick ass salsa yesterday. It is time to make some nachos. 🤤

Everyday, my list of things to learn grows larger. Even though I dedicated my entire time to that for like many many years and I'm used to the intensity of spending your 24x7 on learning things, Still sometimes it feels suffocating. Despite my efforts the list always grows and constantly reminds me how insignificant and how naive I was yesterday.

In many instances in the past I had to figure out something that I experienced before in my experiments. But since I'm a lousy scientist I didn't record them in my journal. I have to get my shit together and write them down and even share them with others.

So, I need to add a section to my website as a "lab journal".

What do you value in a man?

I'm looking for your honest opinion.

Nothing like playing one of my instruments at night calms me down.

I was walking and enjoying the weather today. I inhaled deeply and thought to myself, what a great day, how nice is the sky, how cheerful the birds sing. I was in that state that all of a sudden, realized all this and this beautiful planet soon will be demolished by our foolishness and our self destructive behavior. We need to take seriously and try to fix what we've broken before it is too late.

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