Dr. Manhattan is one of the main characters of the comic strip book Watchmen (1987) by writer Alan Moore. I found this character very interesting after the first time I watched the movie Watchmen (2009). He thinks big and talks small.
Focusing on a few topics, here in this weblog, I write about my new experiences and thoughts that I like to share with public. I also may share and republish some stuff from elsewhere in this blog, if and only if I find them very interesting and worth to get republished. The notes are often in casual style and are classified in different categories including Physics and Data Science in which I write about my experiences and interests in these topics. In Physics and Data Science categories, I try to keep the notes short and not very technical. In the photoblog category, I share some of my personal life experiences that normally comes with some pictures. Melancholia’s notes are all about relieving my melancholia, they may make no sense to you but this is ok. In the links category, I share the links that interest me time to time. In “فارسی” category I post my notes and links in Persian language (Farsi).
In addition to above mentioned categories, there is a category named “Daily Notes” that I’ve started recently and I plan to make myself to write at least one note in this category every day. Since I want to write so frequently in this category, it probably won’t be the best category of my blog but there is reasons for doing that. Although, I think writing daily notes is interesting, fun, crazy, and stupid at the same time. Writing in this category is a new experience for me.
Among many other words, the definition of the word “job” is not quite clear to me but I love my job; I mean what I am doing everyday! I am a data scientist with background in gravitation and astrophysics. I like reading, writing, listening, and speaking about science, and by “science” I mean studying qualitatively describable systems. If you like to know more about me see my personal webpage. I keep more technical notes of mine on Data Analysis, Physics and Data Science at Dr. Manhattan’s Notebook, for my own use but accessible to the public.