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I am a Christian. Although I have an abiding interest in science and philosophy, I view things from a distinctly Christian vantage point, which harmonizes human well-being with what we know of the natural world.

Here's a nice quote I came across:

"The spectacle of the universe seems all the more grand and beautiful and worthy of its Author, when one considers that it is all derived from a small number of laws laid down most wisely." -Maupertuis, 1746


Jul
1
comment Regression towards the mean v/s the Gambler's fallacy
"The only regression is that the coin is likely not to give such weird results in the next bunch of tosses."...Ah. Got it!
Jul
1
asked Regression towards the mean v/s the Gambler's fallacy
Jun
28
asked Isn't this definition of an isosceles trapezoid slightly redundant?
Jun
24
asked Is there a problem with this geometry question?
Jun
10
accepted How do I find the probability of these independent events
Jun
10
asked How do I find the probability of these independent events
Jun
6
asked How do you solve $4x^2=-16x$? I get different answers depending on the method used.
Apr
25
comment Should the sign be reversed if I square both sides of an inequality?
Similarly, I'd like to know how to square $x<y$ as well.
Apr
25
asked Should the sign be reversed if I square both sides of an inequality?
Apr
7
awarded  Tumbleweed
Apr
2
accepted Is 440 a factor of 72840?
Apr
2
asked Is 440 a factor of 72840?
Apr
2
asked Finding mean of $n$ consecutive numbers using a shortcut
Apr
1
accepted Find the median given a table of relative frequencies
Mar
31
comment Find the median given a table of relative frequencies
I'm curious -- why do you think it should be zero? I don't see that.
Mar
31
asked Find the median given a table of relative frequencies
Mar
30
asked Finding a number given its remainder when divided by other numbers
Mar
11
asked Showing that $\operatorname{div}\Psi\nabla\Psi^*-\operatorname{div}\Psi^*\nabla\Psi=\operatorname{div}[\Psi\nabla\Psi^*-\Psi^*\nabla\Psi]$
Dec
7
comment Solving the time-independent Schrodinger equation for particle in a potential well
Ah, careless.. thanks.
Dec
7
asked Solving the time-independent Schrodinger equation for particle in a potential well