I am absolutely delighted with my recent discoveries: Decline and Fall, Evelyn Waugh, Jack Whitehall, Kazem Hakimi, and Musuem of Modern Art. I should write about each of them in more details.
When you are living somewhere likes your homeland, you would think the number of apparent similarities between you and your neighbours, your classmates, your relatives and people living nearby are more than apparent differences, the color of your skin, the language you speak in, the traditions you celebrate, the foods you eat, the way you express… Continue reading Human
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One of my main research directions in the last decade is quantum information theory and quantum computers. (See this post and this one.) It is therefore a pleasure to report and give many links on the massive efforts carried out these days in these directions and the great enthusiasm and…
I came to Oxford in the light Of a spring-coloured afternoon; Some clouds were grey and some were white, And all were blown to such a tune Of quiet rapture in the sky, I laughed to see them laughing by. I had been dreaming in the train With thoughts at random from my book; I looked,… Continue reading Oxford
You cannot embody two swans choose yourself White or Black?
Yes, I’ll come back cos I owe you, I owe you a goodbye The Last One Mobius Knot
Fox said, “Men have no more time to understand anything. They buy things all ready made at the shops. But there is no shop anywhere where one can buy friendship, and so men have no friends anymore. If you want a friend, tame me . . .”