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My name is Jack Liddle. I am a graduate student at Oxford University studying Theoretical Physics.

See my webpage at

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Works in progess[edit]

/Metropolis algorithm
The simpler case of the Metropolis-Hastings algorithm which I have never used or heard talk about. Metropolis is a widely used algorithm in the Monte Carlo method and lattice gauge theory
Will live in this sub-page until I get enough to post it

Articles I intend to do[edit]

lattice gauge theory
Needs quite a bit of work I think. Should be dis-entangled from the redirect QCD lattice model which I believe should be a seperate article
Wilson fermions
Staggered fermions
Such that they can be talked about in the QCD lattice model article

Articles to which I contributed[edit]


Bells on Sunday
Exodus (band)
Transnistrian ruble
Djemaa el Fna
Sabbat (Japanese band)
Robert Thistlethwayte

Significant contributions[edit]


Articles to which I might add[edit]

Anthrax (band)

Not much here at all
Got the Time (Joe Jackson - original version)

Rupert Bear

Rupert history
More Rupert history
Rupert on BBC
YA article on Rupert at the BBC

Church burning Nothing on this peculiar scandinavian occurence

BBC Radio 4[edit]

Looks like a lot of BBC radio station pages are shaky

Lots of dodgy sub-pages
thought for the day Not even written. Mentions Lionel Blue other presenter
bells on sunday When did it start?
Farming Today Nothing