Tag Archives: Mathematics

It Don’t Come Easy

I was generally considered to be a bright kid.  When I was a child and thought everybody’s brain and internal intellectual life was exactly like mine, I didn’t think about it too much, but I observed something about how I … Continue reading

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The Perils of Specialization

We’ve all heard the old saw: “jack of all trades, master of none”. For the longest time, it has been used as an exhortation to specialize. OK, there is something to be said for mastering a skill, but who says … Continue reading

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Quantum Physics for Artists

I actually had three titles for this blog article.  The other two are “The Power of Aesthetics – Part 2” and “Mathematics, Beauty and Reality”.  I am, in the next few hundred words, going to attempt to explain to artists … Continue reading

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Spot the Pattern

You probably played this game as a child. Lying down on your back, you looked up at the clouds and tried to see shapes and patterns in the random fluffiness. I remember those games as magical experiences. During the twentieth … Continue reading

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