What are you reading now? (STEM only)

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Trying to get a better handle on Graph Neural Networks. This seems to be a pretty good article for working up from the basics so far - https://distill.pub/2021/gnn-intro/#other-types-of-graphs-multigraphs-hypergraphs-hypernodes
That paper looks good to me ##-## for further exploration, I suggest:

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Reading through Introduction to Quantum Mechanics by DJ Griffiths and learning how little I retained from my undergrad...:confused:
 
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more literature than stem, but a fascinating book and a great break from the gee-whiz bullshit that constitutes most science writing, this book is a dark, semifictionalized account of selceted scientific and mathematical discoveries and both the benefits and the costs extracted from the discoverers and the world at large - beginning with the leap from the first synthetic pigment, Prussian Blue to its link with the discovery and history of cyanide, then circles back to Fritz Haber, at once the architect of chemical warfare, the man to whom a majority of the people living today owe their existence and well being, and the inventor of the gas that the Nazis used to exterminated his family after he died.

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