Schrödinger’s Multipurpose Analogy

It’s somehow both trite and astute at the same time!

Erwin Schrödinger was a physicist whose work won him the coveted Nobel prize. His Schrödinger equation is a linear partial differential equation which allows you to calculate the wave function in a quantum mechanical system and how it dynamically changes over time. Unless you’re a whole lot more familiar with quantum…

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Researching a road map from our imperilled world into one with a livable future with as much good humour as I can muster along the way.

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