Who am I?

I'm a Computer Systems Engineering, working my way into science. Lead by curiosity, I have been driven to places and knowledges of many different areas. From scenic arts, to software engineering; I’ve had the opportunity to watch and learn from giants. I find myself exposed and attracted to many areas of science and technology. I've focused on using the little I know to create and share experiences.

What do I do?

I'm no stranger to Spanish, German, specialized areas of biosignals, social engineering, philosophy, psychology, pedagogy, and some other more unusual areas of knowledge. I love to explain things to kids and adults, and that has made me quite a good science divulgator. I'm also a web developper in training so, if you'd like to see my work you can check it out in my github: abcsds

Why a blog?

I'm a believer of information openness, and social equality. I want to take information and technologies to wherever they're needed, and openning my notes is a good start. I also like promote discussion of science and technology outside the academic environment, and that's just what a blog is.

How to contact me?

In this page you'll find many links, try disquss, and twitter first.

Can I use anything on this blog?

As you can see in the footer; the content of this page is protected under Creative Commons Atribution, NonComertial, Share Alike license. If you have any questions about it check the full license here:
Creative Commons License

So... why the name?

A Rhombic Hexecontahedron is a 60-sided stellation of a rhombic triacontahedron (I know, it's super clear now!). Just picture a star-like figure where every spike is formed by three golden rhombi. It is one of my favorite shapes, and has much more than physical beauty to offer. It looks a bit like this:
Rhombic Hexecontahedron