This page is for references to texts,
both of my own making but also the texts of others that I really like for all sorts of different reasons.
I have studied mathematics alongside my education in physics,
and since I originally aspired to work in theoretical quantum information,
much of the mathematics I picked up along the way, is tangential so quantum theory.
Since my focus recently changed to mathematical modelling of infectious diseases,
much of recent education in mathematics have been characterized of applied mathematics,
in particular in networks, dynamical systems and computational/numerical modelling.
I have compiled a list of my publications of academic papers.
The notes I have written, are primarily for my own sake.
They contain results from physics and mathematics.
You are free to use these notes for any non-commercial use you see fit,
and may share them freely, again under the restriction that it is for non-commercial use only.
My notes are accessible here
This is simply a list of some reading I have done wich I can recommend for both entertainment and education.
The list is probably not comprehensive, but I will make the attempt to make it so and to keep it updated.
Arguments against women (Argumenter imod kvinder - fra demokratiets barndom til i dag)
by Professor emerita, Dr. Phil. Birgitte Possing
A brilliant history and summary of the fight for emancipation (so far) of women in a danish context,
and the arguments and resistance against this emancipation.
The age of surveillance capitalism
by Professor Shoshanna Zuboff
Fantastic intellectual work on the capitalistic model of user data in the digital age,
and the consequences for the diminishing of the individuals power in a society in which such a digital frameworks exists.
This is very close to the main canonical text on this subject.
Digital totalitarianism (Digital totalitarisme)
by PhD Mads Vestergaard
On Social credit systems and capitalist incentives and how they manipulate and shape human behaviour though digital frameworks.
A thesis is, if not adjacent then related, to the one described by Zuboff in "The age of surveillance capitalism".
V for vendetta
by Allan Moore and David Lloyd
The laymans introduction to anarchism through compelling storytelling.
Also, watch the movie, it is (in my opinion) an excellent adaptation!
I have no mouth and I must scream
by Harlan Ellison
Interesting sci-fi for the relation and ethics between human beings and a concious machine.
Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote
by Jorge Luis Borges
A fantasticaly funny text on reading, writing, and interpretation of text.
Reflections on Trusting Trust
by Ken Thompson
Excelent paper, that do not require any prerequisites other than a small amout of intelligence.
Just read it!