Quantum entanglement is the stuff of science fiction. A quantum computer could break encryption, and quantum entanglement could be the basis for faster-than-light communication. It’s so wild, Einstein spent decades trying to disprove it.
Dutch high school education has always been pretty good at teaching the basics of science. I also have a master’s degree in computer science from what is considered one of the top universities in the Netherlands.
That has given me a strong basis in math, physics, some chemistry, and of course, IT.
I like to keep that knowledge up-to-date and expand it by looking at certain interesting scientific phenomena. And for me, writing is learning.
Superconductivity sounds like a new Marvel hero, but it’s really something even cooler.
Using computers to create 3d worlds for games and movies is everywhere, but how does it work? A primer about 3d rendering.
Ever wonder how fiber optic cables work?
I have. I was here for the days of the dial-up modem, and boy, have things changed since then. They’ll be rolling out fiber in my neighborhood later this year, so I was thinking about it again today.