Hello, and CS topic areas 
Hi Jorge, and welcome to Wikiversity!
I'm trying to get the CS area a bit cleaned up and organized. I noticed you commented on a few topics, and proposed some content suggestions. Please feel free to help out, and if you need assistance, to drop me a note on my talk page. And be sure to drop by School_talk:Computer Science and say hi! Historybuff 04:22, 25 January 2007 (UTC)
Quantum stuff 
Hi there! Thanks for your note on my talk page. I'd like to develop Quantum Theory of the Atom too, but I haven't had the time to really develop it. I'm not sure if I can keep up with your editing right now. But I'll keep my eye on it for sure :-) Second quantization and boson operators interest me too. By the way, the "SL" in SL(2, C) stands for w:special linear group, and "O" stands for w:orthogonal group. --HappyCamper 17:56, 4 February 2007 (UTC)
- Hmm...where are groups useful? Well, one example is quantum mechanics! :-) This tends to show up in upper level or graduate courses in physics. Essential if you want to understand particle physics. Groups are also useful in chemistry. Loosely speaking, it's a way of classifying a physical system. If you can show that a problem is equivalent to a particular group, you can immediately determine all the properties and important relationships that are in it. Let's see...w:Representations of the Lorentz group might interest you too - but it's a bit heavy at the moment. Hope this helps! --HappyCamper 01:58, 7 February 2007 (UTC)
Reflective spiral 
Hi Jorge, I noticed you've used Image:CarrKemmisReflectiveSpiral.jpg on your user page - am I to take it that you're interested in action research? If so, I'd point you in the direction of two action research projects, Learning to learn a wiki way and Developing Wikiversity through action research. Your input would be appreciated! Talk to you again no doubt.. Cormaggio beep 21:23, 5 February 2007 (UTC)
- Thanks for that response, Jorge, I love what you wrote. In fact, with your permission, I'd like to copy it to Talk:Action research so that it could be a cognitive resource for more people than just me. ;-) Would that be ok? Cormaggio beep 10:03, 9 February 2007 (UTC)
- Of course, no problem. Wiki and GFDL stuff, you know. --Jorge 23:57, 2 April 2007 (UTC)
Finite Element Analysis 
Hi Jorge, I am trying to learn Java and used to know a bit (enough to pass tests anyway) about finite element analysis. There is a decent article at Wikipedia about [FEAhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finite_elements] but basically it is about continuity and boundary conditions. If you have something that can be mathmatically specified as continuous like a stress pattern in a solid, electromagnetic field, tempature in a solid, etc. then you can model it by chunking it, specifying an equation for each chunk, specify known boundary conditions, formulate a set of simultaneous linear equations, and then solve the set iteratively. In general with enough iterations and small enough chunks the solutions to the unknowns in equations will converge on the actual answer. If you get interested in programming something in Java let me know, I am finding insufficient motivation to study Java by myself. Mirwin 05:23, 6 February 2007 (UTC)
Helping out with the School of Physics 
I received your message about helping out with the physics pages on Wikipedia. I would be glad to help out as much as I can. Are there any specific areas that need work?
Deltinu 04:25, 10 February 2007 (UTC)
Spanish Contributors Refresh 
Hi a few weeks ago I have found Spanish Language Division completely void. I added a new course for beginners, but the problem was that the sites Spanish and Topic:Spanish had unfriendly environment to add something like Spanish: An Introduction. I wait for a while, but then I started to reorganize those sites. My aims are give more freedom on these sites and to use more friendly Wikipedia templates (e.g. this) than the former HTML script was. Finally I would like to ask you if you can sign in ones more here and reconfirm your offer to help. You can also visit this. Regards Juan 15:57, 28 March 2007 (UTC)
Re: Talk:Identical particles 
Hello Jorge, I just saw your comment on the above page:
- Hey, don't speedy delete this... I can contribute to it but not until holidays. --Jorge 15:26, 22 March 2007 (UTC)
- Sure! May I ask why? --Jorge 08:00, 12 September 2007 (UTC)
- Well, yesterday I was deleting it and read the history and thought why not ask. Because it is some months since there were some edits and you might still be interested. And we could use more knowledge. What do you think ?
- Unfortunately there was not much content except catgeory and only a header "Requisites".
- If you want to continue, how about creating it new - with content :-) ? ----Erkan Yilmaz (evaluate me!, discussion) 08:08, 12 September 2007 (UTC)
What do you say? 
Goodday!I am basically a student and lover of Physics. I think my knowledge is zero infront of yours but i thought after coming across your opinion on the portal to contact you.We can produce much better stuff concerning the subject,Physics.Though i haven't produced any stuff because of little time that i put on various wiki project out of my busy routine,i love discussions with exchange of knowledge as it needs little time.We can discuss many topics to the extent of ours knowledge which may help us and the wikiversity as well.I rarely visit wikiversity nowadys.Forward your comments on my talk page.Have a nice time....cheers,--Aquistive bud 16:45, 24 November 2007 (UTC)
- http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/User_talk:Aquistive_bud .--Aquistive bud 17:32, 26 November 2007 (UTC)
Re:Quantum Hall effect 
Hi!I came across your pretty contribution here and got really impressed.And all that brought me here,basically new here and interested in physics and maths.I'm also a school level maths teacher rather tutor.I,myself is just a lunatic lover of physics or i should say ,i was.Bcz i couldn't get good marks in exams.Anyhow ,friend can you help me how to be perfect in these mathematical areas.I felt you're interested in biology as well.Tell you Dawkin is not generally taught as part of biology.Hoping your reply soon...cheers.--Un-predictable 21:06, 2 April 2008 (UTC)
- Oh! thanks for your buttress in advance , friend ! I got choked while finding out the derivative for this one ,i.e, y = x . [a + x / a – x ]Superscript text1/2 by substitution. Can you please help me with this? :-] Actually I have walked through the beauty of functions , matrices , trigonometry , probability , mathematical induction and nowadays Wandering in the valleys of derivatives.And soon my next step will be integration and then analysis.I have a lot of trivials to discuss which in reality are quite important but it’ll be possible if you allow(something related to sine and cos functions).
Do you agree that finding determinants and doing row and column operation on 4 x 4 matrices without expanding them is comparatively time- taking? One thing more, can you provide me the missing Elements of the table given below if the operation * is associative:-
* a b c d a a b c d b b a c d c - - - - d d c c d
O.k the missing elements are c c c c . But I’m unable to justify , how it is so? : (
Thanks for your valuable time in advance ) . Ah ! one thing more according to some recent researches and experiments, physicists suggest that there are certain objects in universe that can travel faster than light I mean ‘Tachyon’ (from the Greek word ‘tachys’, meaning swift) (also called ‘Quasiparticles’ which travel through laser-like media.) were found by late Gerald Feinberg of Columbia University, which are capable of travelling faster than light. It was said on theoretical basis not on Experimental basis. I think it’s not easy to reject Mr. Einstein ( who said , When I examine myself and my methods of thought, I come to the conclusion that the gift of fantasy has meant more to me than my talent for absorbing positive knowledge." ) What’s your say?--Un-predictable 15:16, 10 April 2008 (UTC)
math symbols 
I saw your note: "If someone has questions related to this, tell me and I could start the Cosmology section of Wikiversity :) (or is there something already? It's been time since I don't browse the site)" We don't seem to have anything on CMB and there is only a start page at Topic:Cosmology. See also Topic:Astrophysics and feel free to leave a note on my talk page is you would like to collaborate on anything astronomy related. --mikeu talk 22:32, 4 April 2008 (UTC)
whiteboard possibility 
Hello Jorge, there is a whiteboard feature available, see here. Two examples 1, 2). If you want we could make a test session once - I live in timezone UTC+2. It is also possible to request an extension here perhaps: , ----Erkan Yilmaz uses the Wikiversity:Chat (try) 23:02, 4 April 2008 (UTC)
Hi Jorge. Are you still looking at your user page?
By trying to find some answers on how to conduct a research on Wikiversity I came about your comments on Action-research. Like "When I realized it could, in fact, be applied to (nearly?) every project we engage into, in our lives, it fascinated me". Other comments on your user page indicatet to me that you look for answers but are not satisfied of what you get. A reason why I am starting the Action-Circumstances-Reaction category on Wikiversity (not even sure of what it will be called). Because it provided a possible answer to "every project we engage in our lives" and which is also what nature is doing. It is somewhat very similar to the action-research but with a different follow-through which makes it more universal. I had no idea of the existing of action-research until now, but developed the ACR in the last 10 years on my own. I brought it to WV with the hope to find people which can reflect on it and help me to solidify it with their own addition. It is a rather simplistic approach to find answers about life and the universe. Not like the quantum theory. What would be your reaction to it? Please tell me on my talk page.--Martin Lenoar 08:41, 16 November 2010 (UTC)