Thursday, June 21, 2007

How Much Land Does a Man Need?

My colleagues were asking me if I had read these stories... very timely tho written a longtime ago by Tolstoy.

See: http://www.katinkahesselink.net/other/tolstoy.html

2 comments:

Tod Shockey said...

Mathematics isn’t a palm tree, with a single long straight trunk covered with scratchy formulas. It’s a banyan tree, with many interconnected trunks and branches – a banyan tree that has grown to the size of a forest, inviting us to climb and explore. (Thurston, W.P. (1990, January). Letters to the editors. Quantum 6 – 7.)Any photos of banyan trees?

Daniel Orey said...

I will check, thanks man!

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