The time is nigh for /sci/ to write a collaborative textbook in the same vein as /lit/'s critically acclaimed masterpieces legacy of totalitarianism in a tundra and hypersphere. Post your topical suggestions ITT.
>Why pop science is shit, by /sci/.
The book will practically write itself. In fact you could probably write a bot that just scans the archives and dumps them into a text file. Then all you need to do is send it off to an editor and bada-bing bada-boom we're authors.
I have been tempted to try to write a book on GR that could be read by a high school student with no math experience higher than precalc. Start with the fundamentals of calc and try to develop everything from a highly geometric perspective that will make GR feel natural.
Unfortunately I am both busy and lazy.
invent our own notation and conventions in hope it takes off, because we clearly are the central elite on the subject?
>yfw a second iteration of the Bourbaki group forms from /sci/
Let's make Mochizukis work rigorous and use it to prove Wildberger right