Actually the thing I just stated is way easier than that. It's just that the jargon tends to scare people away from something otherwise really really simple.
A ring is a set in which you can add things and multiply things together without getting something outside of the set. Additionally there is a subtraction too, such that x + -x = 0.
The integers modulo 2 are what you get when after each operation (multiplication or addition) you divide it by two and take the remainder of that as new number. For example 2+3 becomes 1 (5 = 4+1), and 2+2 becomes 0.
I was able to explain that in just a couple sentences, and vector calculus requires heaps and heaps of theorems before you even get to do anything at all. I take it most people can divide, add, subtract and multiply on the other hand.
Well I started watching it when it had about 7 episodes out.
Loved how the show was real-life plausible. How you see people work hard in it. And succeed.
Great stuff really, though it's extremely long and kind of hard to recommend to people merely because it's already almost 80 episodes in and not quite sure how long it'll continue. The manga isn't complete either.
Just like how people won't get me started on One Piece. Too much to catch up.
As a space-nut friend of mine pointed out, it's very true to the constellation program. Though that was one of the things bothering him actually, since he sometimes rants about how the constellation program is not a proper priority in spaceflight, and that the focus should be put on other things instead. The rockets used in spaceflight and the majority of the modules are pretty realistic as well, though the arc with Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Other than that, truly hats off for actually creating something fairly realistic.
Everyone suddenly studying math...
If any of y'all need help, feel free to PM or skype me questions. If I'm online I'll probably respond.
Hmmm, it has Gin no Saji S2, so in that respect it's at least similar. I think it'll be on the same low level as summer.