Monthly Archives: December 2013

The week before Christmas

I don’t know why it took so long for me to realize that having a star on a tree could be a mathematical statement and not Christian. I’ve been meaning to learn more about the Kepler-Poinsot solids for a while … Continue reading

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The fun of looking about

There are many days when I like to focus on something specific but then there are those days when I’m running around developing a bigger picture. To some extent this is mathematical voyeurism. I’m looking but not participating in the … Continue reading

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Baez’s blog series on platonic solids and Coxeter stuff Came across this link recently.  I’m a huge fan of John Baez.  He writes often, about many subjects and in a particularly illiminating way allowing a broad audience to read and … Continue reading

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