Andrew is currently studying Accounting and Finance as an undergrad at LSE in London, UK; his academic interests include economics and systems theory.
Basically, a field of elements is itself an element in a latter "superfield" of elements. The elements in the former-mentioned field, which we define as a subfield, has laws that govern the orbit and interaction of elements within that field. These subfield laws pass (by some [or not] defined measure/measures) onto the superfield, as well as concurrent subfields listed as elements in the superfield. What I'm trying to say is that the three lines I've written above can and probably have been said before somehow in some way.
Prior to university, Andrew spent two years in the Singaporean army as an infantry sergeant, where he shot guns, threw grenades, fired missile launchers, and dug holes in the jungle. He also did some overseas training in Thailand, Brunei.
In his leisure time, he enjoys travelling and listening to/making bad music (electric guitar with distortion, flange, delay, low-/high-pass filters, oscillating layered sine waves, and low-/high-filter modulation.
Several projects he has in mind include: 1km x 1km paper laid out in a field, and then a detailed world map is drawn on it (anywhere); 10km x 10km x .5m concrete platform to race sport cars around in circles at top speed (Mongolia); 1km x 1km x 1km reflecting glass structure (with a 100m column (elevator built-in) in the precise center of the floor) in Greenland.
Project: Stock Price and Search Term Analysis
The project seeks to discover to what degree correlations exist between stock price and search term activity over respective periods of time.
Favorite Four-Color, Four State Turing Machine