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An enthusiast of many trades, mostly science-related. I also love Linux, specifically Ubuntu. I have tried Debian, Fedora and OpenSUSE, however, but Ubuntu I love the most because its software packages are usually more up to date and there is more free support available. As a general rule of thumb, which may be helpful if you are trying to answer my questions, I always use the latest release of Ubuntu available, e.g., as of June 2015 I am using 15.04.

I have started a Wikia on Ubuntu and Linux in general, Ubuntu Wikia. It is currently fairly small, only twenty pages as of 13 June 2015, but help expanding it is always welcome.

I love to create chemical structure diagrams (both skeletal and 3D) the details of how I do so are here.


Jul
15
asked Where can some worked problems in classical mechanics (and more specifically the Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formalisms) be found?
Jul
9
revised Is it possible to prove that projectiles with drag will not travel in a parabola under the theory of classical mechanics?
Formatting the equation with MathJaX. Plus Earth is a proper noun, hence should be capitalised.
Jul
9
suggested approved edit on Is it possible to prove that projectiles with drag will not travel in a parabola under the theory of classical mechanics?
Jul
9
comment Is it possible to prove that projectiles with drag will not travel in a parabola under the theory of classical mechanics?
Done, sorry for the mix up.
Jul
9
revised Is it possible to prove that projectiles with drag will not travel in a parabola under the theory of classical mechanics?
deleted 27 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Jul
9
revised Is it possible to prove that projectiles with drag will not travel in a parabola under the theory of classical mechanics?
added 26 characters in body; edited tags
Jul
9
asked Is it possible to prove that projectiles with drag will not travel in a parabola under the theory of classical mechanics?
Jul
9
awarded  Excavator
Jul
9
revised What exactly are Hamiltonian Mechanics (and Lagrangian mechanics)
Fixing the spelling of University; also decided to link the titles of these textbooks.
Jul
9
suggested approved edit on What exactly are Hamiltonian Mechanics (and Lagrangian mechanics)
Jul
9
revised What exactly are Hamiltonian Mechanics (and Lagrangian mechanics)
Adding links to Amazon for the books mentioned. Also fixing the name of the boas books it's Mathematical Methods of the Physical Sciences, not of Physics.
Jul
9
suggested approved edit on What exactly are Hamiltonian Mechanics (and Lagrangian mechanics)
Jun
13
accepted In Orbital Mechanics what is the quantity described below called?
Jun
13
asked In Orbital Mechanics what is the quantity described below called?
May
13
awarded  Student
May
13
accepted Is it possible to obtain higher order corrections to the ideal gas law when one allows realistic phenomena to make their way into the equations?
May
13
comment Is it possible to obtain higher order corrections to the ideal gas law when one allows realistic phenomena to make their way into the equations?
Rofl na it's perfect! Thanks! I didn't know it existed
May
13
asked Is it possible to obtain higher order corrections to the ideal gas law when one allows realistic phenomena to make their way into the equations?
Jan
27
awarded  Scholar
Jan
27
awarded  Supporter