Treat Code as Data
For example, this bit of code shouldn't seem scary: var num = Math.Sin(Math.PI / 4.0); Do you know whether Math.Sin computes the sine of the angle when you call it? In many libraries, numeric methods like these are implemented using a large lookup table.
What does the Book of Mormon teach about the Bible? (part 1)
And after he had baptized the Messiah with water, he should behold and bear record that he had baptized the Lamb of God, who should take away the sins of the world." (1 Nephi 10:4-10) One of the most interesting and compelling things taught in the Book of ...
Naming Names in QED
On the theory side, the interesting issue has to do with Sin-Itiro Tomonaga. While Julian Schwinger and Richard Feynman were well connected to the physics community, and invited to the Shelter Island workshop to hear about new developments, Tomonaga was ...
Implementing Cordic Algorithms
If we choose x = 1 and y = 0 and multiply that vector by R a we are left with the vector [cos a, sin a]. What about angles within the domain of convergence? It's not obvious that the strange set we've picked (see Example 1(g)) can represent all angles ...
Likening the scriptures unto ourselves
(TPJS, pp. 11-12) Step 3: Memorize Scriptures. The Psalmist in Psalm 119:11 declared, "Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against thee." We should all strive to memorize portions of the Scriptures. Start by memorizing some of your ...