Time for a mathematics post roundup! So, some more Parc Festyland pictures for you.
Festyland park statuary, near the antique-cars ride: one of the rabbits and one of the large snails.
Festyland park statuary, near the antique-cars ride: remember, the Titanic sank before the discovery of ``too soon''.
Festyland park statuary, near the 1066 roller coaster and the Kaskade water ride. Do you recognize this ... wooden-barrel spaceship alien-plant growth thing? If you do please tell me what it's supposed to be. We've been debating it for six weeks and have no idea yet.
And what's been on my mathematics blog the past week? Was it you? If not, then, why not try reading:
- My Mathematics Blog’s June 2015 Statistics, Unabbreviated, the previously missing parts of the June 2015 statistics report.
- A Summer 2015 Mathematics A To Z: step, or, how I disappoint people who want me to be outraged about the Common Core.
- Reading the Comics, July 7, 2015: Carrying On The Streak Edition, about what you might expect.
- A Summer 2015 Mathematics A To Z: tensor, not an Alfred Bester reference.
- Infinite Circle Packings, featuring a beer glass trick to play.
- A Summer 2015 Mathematics A To Z: unbounded, featuring a joke from my college days.
- Slowly Rotating Hyperdodecahedron, a neat picture of something four-dimensional.
- Reading the Comics, July 12, 2015: Chuckling At Hart Edition, in which I finally ask explicitly if people are amused by these comics.
Trivia: Warren G Harding served as basis for the fictional Willis Markham in Samuel Adams's 1926 Revelry and Judson Cumming Hammond in Thomas Frederic Tweed's Gabriel Over The White House. Source: The Uncyclopedia, Gideon Haigh.
Currently Reading: Authority, Jeff Vandermeer.