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I’m interested in computer science, artificial intelligence, robotics, genetic algorithms, programming languages, and more.

I also enjoy reading, and watching good movies.

I know C, Python, JavaScript, C++, Java, and Scala. I’m learning Go and Haskell.

Website: jancorazza.com
Portfolio: jancorazza.com/portfolio


Sep
6
comment Is time continuous?
Hmm, I'd need some argumentation. And personally, I like discreteness more than continuity.
Sep
6
awarded  Good Question
Sep
6
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
5
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
5
awarded  Critic
Sep
5
comment Is time continuous?
Also, I'm not sure what do you mean. I do have timers, but I advance the world in discrete time intervals.
Sep
5
comment Is time continuous?
Hey, I appreciate the comment and all, but this doesn't really answer my question. I asked about the real, physical world, and provided my simulations only as a source of that curiosity.
Sep
5
asked Is time continuous?
Aug
3
awarded  Scholar
Aug
3
accepted How do mirrors work?
Jul
20
asked How do mirrors work?
May
23
comment Please explain this circular movement problem
Well, I realize that if the car was just standing there, he would act upon the hill with the force of 10kN. And it's pretty obvious to me that if it was going any faster, the hill would be "pushing him up", and once it would come to the top it would almost fly away. That's why the force is lower when it's moving.
May
23
comment Please explain this circular movement problem
You mean centripetal, right?
May
22
comment Please explain this circular movement problem
Thanks for the tags!
May
22
asked Please explain this circular movement problem
Apr
27
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
24
asked If randomness doesn't exist, how come the universe isn't a perfect sphere with predictable distribution of matter?
Apr
20
comment Is the Avogadro's constant equal to one?
Whoops my bad again!
Apr
19
comment Is the Avogadro's constant equal to one?
Actually, that sums up to 1 mole = 6.002*10^23 mole, which, mathematically, obviously isn't correct.
Apr
19
comment Is the Avogadro's constant equal to one?
Hm, sorry then, I must have misread the formula! Also, I wasn't the one that -1'd you.