Resource//Information Dump - I have too many bookmarks....
Cheers to the weekend... I need sleep.
Anyway, when I was cleaning my laptop out (since I am getting a new desktop finally), I deleted a lot of games, cleaned some files out of hard to reach places, and then I noticed my bookmark bar in chrome.... I have 13 folders, each with at least 12+ bookmarks in each.... So to clean up the clutter, I am going to dumb a lot in this blog post to sort later under my resource tab. Well, here they are (organized):
Links for Information Geometry:
Black Hole thermodynamics:
basic computations , more in-depth lectures with relation to QG , geometrothermodynamics , fluctuation theory on Riemannian geometry , microscopic account of entropy via strings, thermodynamics in modified GR (thesis), Kerr-Newman BH,
General relativity (misc. topics):
analysis of Schwarzschild-AdS , Penrose inequality , PDF for Gravitation , Penrose diagrams, Kerr-Newman analysis, reference for GR solutions (thesis), background-independence, Moore's textbook with worksheets (highly recommended),
Roadmap for Perelman's proof , Peter Topping lectures (the best) , Visualizing Ricci flow , on a sphere, diffusion systems, understanding normalized Ricci flow, gradient flow solutions for heat equation,
Mathematica, Python, & Latex:
Latex: LaTex math symbols,
Chaos Theory & Fractals:
Twistors, Strings, LQG....:
Twistors: original newsletter archive,
entropy and PDE's, general physics examples worked out, math methods for theoretical physics PDF, Fields 4 by Siegel, reference for Green's functions, Wolfram MathWorld, Physics from Symmetry textbook (it's a nice reference to read through), geometric calculus,
Inkscape (what I use for images):
making QGP diagrams, Feynman diagrams, Penrose diagrams but with TikZ, sending images to latex, introduction to TikZ, inkscape download, making more advance circles/rings, zig-zag lines (surprisingly difficult), wire-frame spheres, dotted circles,
So, all together, there were 72 links.... minus the majority of them since they were either duplicates of each other (somehow) or not needed or I already read through them!
Now, to end it with a meme: