Welcome to my Blog

I’ve been writing here since 2017 on a variety of topics that interest me deeply. Here’s a brief overview of what you’ll find:

1) Markets: I examine how markets, as a prevalent resource allocation tool, compare to alternatives like central planning.

2) Elections: I explore the general characteristics of elections, critiquing their effectiveness in the process of democracy building.

3) Knowledge: While I’m not formally trained in philosophy, I often reflect on my thoughts and the nature of reality, sharing these reflections here.

4) Violence: I analyze the serious issue of violence in Colombia, focusing on statistical data to understand and discuss its impact.

5) Climate Change: I delve into the complexities of climate change, focusing on the science and potential solutions.

6) Society: I share observations on social dynamics and current events, examining how groups of people interact and influence one another.

7) Mathematics: I discuss interesting mathematical theories and the people who developed them.

8) Space Exploration: I keep up with developments in space exploration and what they could mean for our understanding of the universe.

9) Anecdotes: I share personal experiences, perspectives on topical issues, and occasional recommendations. 

Posts are typically 2000 words long, generally requiring 10-15 minutes to read.

Acerca de mi

Nací en Bogotá, Colombia, donde viví durante 25 años. Hice mis estudios de Matemáticas e Ingeniería Eléctrica en la Universidad de Los Andes. Me mudé a los Países Bajos e hice una maestría en Matemáticas Aplicadas en la Universidad de Utrecht, y luego al Reino Unido, donde hice un doctorado. en Matemáticas en la Universidad de Oxford. En 2011 me trasladé a Londres, donde he trabajado en varios puestos cuantitativos en los mercados de renta fija y renta variable para una empresa financiera.


I started this blog as a way to engage with both friends and strangers on subjects I find fascinating. I welcome your comments and messages through my social media channels. Whether it’s feedback, criticism, or suggestions, I’m open to hearing from you to make this blog a better place for our discussions.

Comments, criticisms, or suggestions on how to improve this site: They all are welcome!