Gene Chase's Home Page
Dr. Gene B. Chase
Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science
Grantham PA 17027
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of Messiah College. I teach in the
Department of Mathematical Sciences. Here is my
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Messiah College has campuses in Grantham,
near Harrisburg, and in Philadelphia. The weather
in the Harrisburg area is available.
"Filtering the Bible and Filtering Spam," a talk about the birth of subjective probability in 1693 with the work of John Craig. This is being revised, having been reviewed. Watch here for when a more mathematically accurate version appears.
Talk about Stephen Wolfram's book, A New Kind of Science from November 2002, which I revised for a presentation in May 2003, in the direction of a greater faith-discipline emphasis. I'll welcome feedback on this draft 0.1 however.
Articles by me mentioned in an alternate chapel at Messiah College, October
11, 2000, are available.
is available for my talk on how to write a faith-discipline paper, as presented
to the newly formed Cornell University Christian Faculty-Staff Forum on
February 12, 1998.
is available. My bookmarks give more clues about
my current interests. This is the August 6, 1997 version of my bookmarks.
Visit my family
page [221 Kbytes of pictures & text]. I enjoy genealogical research. On the Chase side, I descend from William
Chase, born about 1613 in London, England. Unfortunately, all of the
"famous" Chases in the US descended from William's youngest brother Aquila.
So I am no nearer a relation than that to Salmon P. Chase, Chase Bank, or Chase and Sanborn coffee.
I am commited to my Christian
faith. And I enjoy Mathematics. I research the relationship
and Mathematics, which you may [not yet] key-word search, or you may
see the first edition of the whole bibliography.
A second edition is in the works. This is part of a larger project for
of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences in which I hope to include
on-line abstracts from Historia Mathematica.
Five times I have taught a first year seminar on science
fiction, most recently to an honors section. I am interested in computational models
of the real world, using computer graphics or computational linguistics.
(I will teach Graphics again in the Fall of 2005.) I have worked with Summer
Institute of Linguistics in computational linguistics for two sabbatical years and three summers. I still
wake up every morning amazed that I get paid for doing what I would do for free if I were independently
As a graduate of MIT, I read Tech
Reviews for serious science reporting. I no longer subscribe to Annals
of Improbable Research (AIR) for humor, except for their free email taste, mini-AIR. My favorite humor magazine
is The Wittenburg Door
I direct a Christian organization helping men and women in the area of
homosexuality called free!, a member organization
of Exodus International. I was the first Exodus International webmaster.
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