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## Some Pictures of Disney Architecture

Walt Disneyworld and Disneyland have some of the most beautiful architecture on Earth. Below are some photos I have taken over the years demonstrating this. Disneyworld Disneyland

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## No Such Thing as The “Greatest” Player in The NBA

Below, we demonstrate why trying to identify a single player as the “Greatest of all time” is a fallacy.

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## Movie and TV Show Recommender

Using a lot of data wrangling and NLP, I created a movie and tv show recommender: Basically, the user selects from the drop-down list their movie/tv show of interest, and the algorithm will recommend a combination of movies and tv shows that the user is most likely to be interested in. I tried to include […]

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## Investigating Prime Numbers

In this post, I attempt to investigate the distribution of prime numbers and the famous Riemann hypothesis.

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## R on Apple’s M1 Architecture

I wanted to test out R on Apple’s new M1/ARM architecture. Here’s how it went:

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## On Entropy and Time Reversal

As a huge Christopher Nolan fan, I am very excited that Tenet is finally coming out this week! Here is the new and final trailer for those of you that have not seen it yet: One of the main themes in this movie will evidently be on “time inversion/reversal” based on the reversing entropy. Since […]

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## Revisiting Kaluza Klein Theory

In the video below, I explain how to derive Kaluza Klein action which occurs from generalizing the Einstein-Hilbert action to five dimensions. The grand implication of this is that gravity and electromagnetism are unified!

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## Deriving Least Squares Coefficients Using Tensor/Index Notation

Many textbooks when introducing ordinary least squares as a method to do regression (usually via introducing linear regression) don’t explain / derive the coefficients. Here, I explain how to do it using tensor/index notation.