Category Archives: math

the continuum hypothesis having to do with the not very likely possiblity that if you put your finger down on the number line would you hit anything, and how the media often is lazy about describing things in math terms;

Kanye West screen test for Bowfinger remake

    Keep it together. Keep it Together. Keep it together. the times article linked to this video of Kanye West on his twitter which has more than 1M views; it was difficult to watch but what I think it … Continue reading

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Lunacy as white privileged and ‘Columbus’: Neil Degrasse Tyson w Mark Twain

We believe, because historians tell us, that Christopher Columbus tricked to indigenous islanders into giving him food by causing a lunar eclipse in 1503. I was just reading about this I wonder if that’s why my smart phone suggested I … Continue reading

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Twin Ali Conjecture

Alison Miller is a jazz drummer from Washington DC and West Orange New Jersey And a mathematician from Princeton and Harvard.

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Oaklandrise

Woke I am early 510 style. Mayor Libby who I don’t think I approve of generally was on the tube; I was in my way to Belgium England via one of my magic electronic boxes Yedterday in Frisco 415 not … Continue reading

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May 24 Willie Mays

Willie Mays by David Leventhal by Plastic Alto

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Beto O’Roarke is endork

Beto O’Roarke is endorsed by two women I admire alot, Laura Thomas and Rachel Garlin so he must be a fine fellow. Laura was out in the Bay Area recently to see the U2 concert at the hockey arena here … Continue reading

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Raymond Smullyan’s Dracula w. Colin Meloy

I saw a book worth purchasing and someday reading, at Bell’s books, about Dracula and logic. “What is the Name of This Book:…” is the name of the book. The subhead is about the Dracula riddle. It does have a … Continue reading

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