|Your personal background.|
|Lotus Lee Bomar is a performer of traditional Korean songs at Charity and other events and she is from North Korea. Hobbies include volunteer work at nursing homes and the Red Cross at the Bethesda Navy Hospital, gardening, square dancing, attending NASA and Mars Society events, Democratic Party functions in Maryland, Humane Society and animal care, Honey Boy her cat, traveling to Naples Florida and Las Vegas and Penn State football gaves, exploring caverns in Pa. and health spa activities. Lotus lived in China , Japan, South Korea, Phillipines, North Africa, Nigeria and USA. Lotus owned an antique store in Baltimore where she met Barbara A. who owns a Buddhist Temple and a store called the Karmic Connection and so , Lotus has friends in many walks of life.|
I'm retired as former NASA , VA and U.S. Army employee. I worked as a main frame computer programmer/analyst and was a former Mathematics Instructor at PSU and other schools .
My main hobbies are following the Space Program and the Mars , National Space and Planetary Societies and reading the latest news about Math and Science . I like Gardening and Archery and Exercise at the Health club. I work a little part time
|Your opinions about ABC@home|
|We run ABC because I like Mathematics and Lotus Lee Bomar has friends at the University of Maryland who have PHD'S in Mathematics.|
I believe that it really is the language of the Universe so I admire Mathematicians like Gauss , Archimedes, Newton and more recently Kurt Godel and his Incompleteness Theorem which may have been the biggest thing done in Mathematics in the 20th century . The underlying Symmetry in the Universe and the Mathematics used to model the Universe from Cosmology to quantum particles , like string theory for example are interesting to me . The proof of Fermat's Theorem by Andrew Wile and the proof of the Poincaire Conjecture by Grigori Perleman are also of interest. Also the research in Cosmology pertaining to multiple universes by Dr. Bojowald at Penn State is fascinating.
Unfortunately , I am only a layman and so I don't understand any of the proofs , although I have looked at them.
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