Morning Birds The birds are waking up suspiciously before I do lately. They had to have started long before I woke today because there was already that blue twilight that brings to mind the word murky even though the air is clear. I have long ago decided (so I decide yet again) to refuse to … Continue reading Three species
A very happy Spring Equinox to everyone who happens by. It’s finally turned into February here. This gray cold misty weather that we have now belongs to February and not to the tail end of March. This weather is what we go to Boulder to avoid. Our days are twelve and a half hours long … Continue reading Equinox 2013
Scientist predicts evolution debate will be history in next 15 to 30 years | Mail Online.
What do young geniuses read, anyway? I cannot resist a good math article, or a good computer science tidbit, or a good history of math article, and I seem to have found all three of them in one place, Alex Bellos’s blog, in (as of this reading) in two entries about Alan Turing’s reading and … Continue reading Alan Turing as a young student