Looks confusing. Well, that’s because it is.

September 22, 2010

But Wikipedia can help! Actually it will get easier if you look at the pieces one by one instead of looking at the whole picture. I’ll try my best to explain some of the pathways. Errors might be included, since I also see it as a preparation for my exams in Biochemistry and Cellbiology.

Here a nice quote on stuff many of us encounter during their studies (the mathematics part might be more or less optional):

“Two things are to be noted about a course such as this: the first is that it is not trivial. Even coming to grips with the apparently counter-intuitive results that we shall find is far from easy if you have not yet become used to them by regular exposure. The second is that it is steep: the mathematics grows heavier, and the exercises more complicated, as you progress. This is a useful thing: suffering is good for the soul.

– Prof. Dr. R. Kleiss, Theoretical High Energy Physics, Radboud University Nijmegen

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