Its full of stars!

The background image I have chosen for the moment is from some galaxy  collision simulation I did in I guess 97 or 98. That’s the reason why the number of stars are rather low. The computers back then weren’t all too fast compared to   now. Anyhow, the program was written in Pascal. This is the result of one run that I found particularly beautiful. When looking at the actual data the upper galaxy was actually shaped like an upside down bowl for a “short” while.

Talking about programming: I have replaced the not too efficient next-page-not-next-post plugin with an own. It actually made an noticeable difference when it comes to speed.

Last modified: Jan 23, 2017 @ 21:36

Yet it moves

After some long time (but less than the time described in the last post) I have finally started to add some material. Partly because I was inspired by some work I do at work. I have started a “Maths Problem of the month” section. You can find it here:

We use WordPress there too, so…


Last modified: Feb 15, 2017 @ 16:24