Magnetosphere might not be the first thing you think of when you think of “breathable air”, but maybe you should be.
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.
I’m a big fan of working from home. But not everybody is. I’ve had many discussions about this, and some of what I heard might surprise you.
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.
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.