Matthew Christopher Bartsh
I am not a mathematician. I guess I am above average at math among human nonmathematicians, but I don't consider myself to be good at math. On the other hand I have always had a considerable interest in math. I am a big fan of Martin Gardiner, Douglass Hofstadter, and of mathematics, physics, and logic puzzles.
Some interests of mine: mnemotechnics, memorizing geographical maps, astronomy, physics (I am a huge fan of Lewis Carroll Epstein's "Relativity Visualized"), poetry, humor, foreign languages, computer programming, philosophy (I am a huge fan of Daniel Dennett).
My focus right now is on getting some feedback about a favorite idea of mine that I hope is both original and good: a unified system for pronouncing binary and every other base that is form of binary, such as octal or hexadecimal. More or less all my ideas are in this Medium article and I would appreciate your thoughts on it: https://bartshmatthew.medium.com/a-simple-algorithm-for-naming-all-numbers-in-all-bases-that-are-a-positive-power-of-two-based-on-3af892bacb0
If the article seems too long, here is a shorter, easier one on the same topic:https://bartshmatthew.medium.com/a-brief-summary-of-my-pronunciation-for-binary-and-other-bases-that-are-powers-of-two-idea-tool-aabaff777941?source=your_stories_page-------------------------------------