Easy to please, difficult to impress

It doesn’t take much to please her: A walk, a kiss, a smile, some dinner. But the moment you set an expectation, she expects it not only to be met, but far exceeded. You told her you can play the piano? You better be good at it. You told her she would like it? She … Continue reading Easy to please, difficult to impress

e to the i Pi equals negative one

There are many such extraordinary relationships. The majority of which we do now know, unless we study the subject matter in depth. These relationships are like keys to nature in the universal language of mathematics. Knowing them will allow you to solve seemingly impossible problems. Not knowing them will require you to reproduce the work … Continue reading e to the i Pi equals negative one