He devoted his waking hours to mathematics, even into his later years—indeed, his death came only hours after he solved a geometry problem at a conference in Warsaw.

8/3/21: I hit 7k rep!

9/22/21: I actually start studying for JEE advanced (Oct-3, and I can rest in peace... maybenot? hopefully.. I guess)

A nice song I found

An important quote:

Algebra is the offer made by the devil to the mathematician. The devil says: “I will give you this powerful machine, and it will answer any question you like. All you need to do is give me your soul: give up geometry and you will have this marvelous machine.” . . . the danger to our soul is there, because when you pass over into algebraic calculation, essentially you stop thinking: you stop thinking geometrically, you stop thinking about the meaning.

Sir Michael Atiyah

I find from wisdom(mostly inspired) that it is often not what the question is in mathematics but rather who asks the question. The beauty of a mind can be judged based on how much is pulled out from a single given idea.

My real first name is Brian and I am a Malayali. The name on SE came from a friend google translating my name into Japanese and back. Soon to be an undergrad in mathematics!

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I apologise in advance for the terrible answers and questions you may see on my account. However, I can assure you that I am getting better by the day.

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Snippet from LogiComix: An epic search for truth

Currently interested in : Julia (The programming language, failing miserably), geometric algebra, differential geometry and complex analysis.

Books: Tristan Needham's Visual CA and Visual DG + Chris Doran's geometric algebra version of classical mechanics.