This is a part of the homework feature of my blog, which is an ongoing conversation with my mate S.F.

Check out this skit from He Huang, she’s hilarious!

The book I mentioned was Gravity’s Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon. It’s a postmodern literary classic published in 1973. I have a dead tree version on my shelf (I haven’t read it yet), and I will give to you later this year.

The panopticon is a concept for a prison or surveillance system originally proposed by the philosopher and social theorist Jeremy Bentham in the late 18th century.

As we mentioned: if you work on the railways you must see people miss the train all day, every day.

As we discovered: you can’t change displacement without changing time. This was a revelation for me! Even classical space is not orthogonal to classical time! Or perhaps orthogonality and independence are different concepts and I oughtn’t conflate them.

I found the Bill Hicks pick up the gun skit.

I have published my latest weight loss report.

I mentioned the egg drop test. I read recently (and I’m annoyed that I forget where) that academics like using the egg drop test as a clandestine intelligence test.

I mentioned there are two broad types of 3D printer: resin and filament. You can read about resin vs filament. I’m planning to get a filament printer. The one I have my eye on is a Creality Ender-3 V2 Neo.

I will put gluten free muesli and sugar free jam on the shopping list. :)