##### Dialogues

A light way to learn about core ideas and result of the project.

**A dialogue concerning undecidability, uncomputability and unpredictability**.
Entered in the FXQi 2019/2020 essay context, three physicists discuss
how science is affected by the limitations inherent in math, computer science, chaos theory and quantum uncertainty.

##### Student thesis (undergraduate)

**Ryan Cosper - From Two Assumptions to Hamilton's Mechanics**.
It shows how Hamiltonian Mechanics can be recovered from infinitesimal reducibility and deterministm/reversibility in a
language accessible to undergraduates.

**Micah Johnson - Physical Motivations of Differential Topology**.
It explores a better way to introduce and motivate the tools of differential topology (generalization of vector calculus to higher dimension), creating
a better connection between the math and the physics it is used to describe.

##### Blog

**Gabriele Carcassi's blog on foundations of physics**.
In the blog the project lead tries to make some the concepts accessible
to a broader audience. See the index of all posts.
NOTE: it hasn't been updated in a while as we are trying to understand what is the
best way to communicate the ideas.

##### Bare minima

Presents the essentials of a discipline: Set theory

##### Videos

**Gabriele Carcassi's youtube channel** includes videos aimed at physics/math/engineering students at the intermediate level.

A series of videos introducing the relationship between Hamiltonian mechanics and determinism/reversibility.

A series of videos on the geometrical meaning of Lagrangian mechanics and its relations to determinism/reversibility.

A series of videos that aim to give an intuitive of vector calculus.