For the last... what, has it been about 6 years now?... I've been doing research on the planet Earth- geography, geology, that kind of thing.
From what I can tell, there are at least three sets of Poles- Geographic, Magnetic, and Geomagnetic.
This research has led me to do a lot of research on mathematics. Mathematics especially comes in handy with the geography research.
I spent several years trying to familiarize myself with the islands of Alaska.
For the last few years, I've been doing research on Einstein's theories of relativity.
I concluded that I needed a better understanding of mathematics.
So, I started doing research on mathematics. During this research, I concluded that mathematics and logic are virtually one and the same thing. There certainly can't be a clear line where one ends and the other begins.
I'm currently reading the book Mathematics: The Loss Of Certainty. Apparently, many
I've been attempting to learn about Hispanics/Latinos and learn Spanish for a long time now.
This is becoming more and more problematic, for various reasons.
One thing is the concept of Mestizos. From what I understand, Mestizos are people produced by the interbreeding of Spaniards and American Indians.
I'm certain that full-blooded Spaniards aren't Mestizos. Other Spanish-speaking peoples I'm confused about.
Obviously, Spain doesn't have
If I understand correctly, ultraviolet and infrared qualify as colors.
They're supposed to be invisible to the human eye.
This makes me wonder: Is it possible for objects to be ultraviolet or infrared? If so, are those objects invisible to humans?
I just don't understand this.
From what I've read, there are a group of Indians indigenous to Mexico known as the Nahua.
I'm just now starting to do research on them.
Basically what I understand about them is that they generally don't consider themselves to be Hispanic/Latino and generally don't consider Spanish to be their language.