Since Lance is not tweeting this week, I will take up the slack.
So, here is my once-in-a-while post
If I tweeted AND if tweets didn't have to be so short, here is what I would tweet:
Possibly the youngest blogger: a 7-year old has a blog called
Life Before The Dinosaurs.
It's about... life before the dinosaurs. It's serious. It's not a stunt.
His mom types it in for him.
More money in SOLVING problems then showing they are UNSOLVABLE:
Decision Problem: Solvable cases of the Quantificational Formulas costs $80.00 used, on amazon.
Decision Problem: Unsolvable cases of the Quantificational Formulas costs $9.00 used, on amazon.
Math on TV: On NCIS, the episode
McGee and Abby argue over whether the math they are looking at is
homology or cohomology. I couldn't tell who was right.
Other blog (not this one of course) have a problem with nasty comments.
for a possibly explanation.
The new Minister at my church has a math degree. I'll ask him if Jesus used the Banach-Tarski
Paradox to perform the
the miracle of the
five loaves and two fish.
A use of Banach-Tarski in Norse mythology:
A play with some math themes called
Sounds interesting but I'm not going to pay $70.00 to find out.
There were identical twins in my Discrete Math class.
GREAT for You have n people. Two are identical twins that you cannot
tell apart. How many different ways can they appear to line up?
If I was to ask everyone in this room their birthday what is the probability
that two of them have the same one?
#5 is hilarious :)))ReplyDelete
"TERRIBLE for If I was to ask everyone in this room their birthday what is the probability that two of them have the same one?"ReplyDelete
Here's #3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCPEpC9_8Is&t=2m33sReplyDelete
I guess having fraternal twins in the class is a no-win situation.ReplyDelete
Is this blog still part of the Scientific American Partner Network?ReplyDelete
This blog is no longer part of the Scientific American Partner Network. I would have included that in myReplyDelete
IF BILL TWEETED post; however, Lance already tweeted it
on July 19:
The Computational Complexity blog is no longer part of the
Scientific American Partner Network. we are free agents once again.
See also Lance's July 5 tweet on the Scientific American Partner Network.
Congratulations on feeling like free agents. (July 19 Tweet). Condolences on feeling second-class. (July 5 Tweet)ReplyDelete