Is the blog an addiction?

Berkeley, Thursday June 11, 2020 1:52 AM I do not know what blog means or what is it? I do not want and will not go to do random searchings online. It might not be wrothy for this question, because it is more a philosophical and practical one. I started this online, often personal and […]

Memorial and the story of the sand bucket

Berkeley, June 5, 2020 6:47 PM Under the civil unrest of the current times, which makes some sense, particularly I am grateful for the peaceful protests and the clear message. Whatever was the reason the cops came and decided to put George Floyd down, is wrong. The reason was an issue about a packet of […]

Todd Boekelheide [Though it has little to do with him, but the good film at the end of the post. I would rather have called this post “Salad of Thoughts”]

Berkeley, Thursday, June 4, 2020, 10:48 PM I do not know about the origin of last names, but some got very difficult ones. Of course is not their foul, and changing the last name, just by changing would be a shame. Anyways, this post is not about last names, but I hope I typed correctly, […]

Pascal’s triangle

Berkeley, Sunday, May 31, 2020 9:13 PM The genius of Pascal is that interesting that I continue discovering about him, not by reading about him, not for searching about his works for learning about him, but for learning about his applied works works by applying them, and then learning that he either wrote or invented […]

Math Museum

Berkeley, Saturday, May 29, 2020 00:11 AM There is this great thing of Professor Tim Berners-Lee’s World Wide Web (www) invention that is the sharing of good information. I found this excellent page about a museum of math history, or rather about great contributors to math through history. Here is the link for my further […]

Which one?

Berkeley, Friday, May 29, 2020 5:22 PM It [C]ms that C++ got an A+ as the next generation of his pioneers PASCAL, Fortran, and others, which are not BASIC languages (1). All seem somehow complicated. Now, we have [Python]s, ANACONDAs, Pandas, and who knows what else. It seems that JULIA is missing her [R]omeo. I […]


Berkeley, Tuesday, May 26, 2020 12:02 PM A quote that my father told me around 2009, which he learned from my grandma: Más vale un gramo de lealtad que un kilo de inteligencia. The translation is more or less as follows: One pound of loyalty worths more than a ton of intelligence. I do not […]

Easy to please, but hard to satisfy

Period.! Period? Actually, it is not a period or a full stop, but that title, to those who apply, means three dots or an ellipsis. Further, the eternal Father wants us always to continue growing (See Mt 5, 48). References: The title is a quote by Kreeft (2000 p. 19), who quoted C.S. Lewis, who […]

Discipline: so needed and so essential

Berkeley, Sunday May 17, 2020 5:58 PM All of us are come to the this world upside down. Actually, our moms know that we are ready to come to this world, when we correctly place ourselves in her womb upside down. Beyond the nine months that we have been nurturing in her womb, the first […]