Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Fundamental Curve of p-adic Hodge Theory, or How to Un-tilt a Tilted Field

As Quomodocumque once said concerning the most recent set of courses at Arizona Winter School, “Jared Weinstein [gives] a great lecture.” On that note, I am delighted to welcome our first guest post, by the man himself. Note that it … Continue reading

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Gerookte paling op de Albert Cuypmarkt

My mother grew up in, as she would affectionately say, the rat infested slums of Amsterdam (complete with tales of giant rats crawling inside the toilet bowl and sleeping two to a bed). I finally had the chance to visit … Continue reading

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Effective Motives

This is a brief follow up concerning a question asked by Felipe. Suppose we assume the standard conjectures. Let be a pure motive, and consider the following problems: Problem A: (“effectivity”) Suppose that has non-negative Hodge-Tate weights. Then is effective? … Continue reading

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