Category Archives: Mathematics

Trump’s Firing of Comey

While the cable, tv news, and the press are saturating the coverage of FBI Director James Comey’s firing, and this insignificant blog is not needed on this, I will continue commenting on this. Part of the blog is just as … Continue reading

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A Conversation With Edward O. Thorp at the Beckman Center

A Conversation With Edward O. Thorp at the Beckman Center   I watched a Conservation with Edward O. Thorp at the Beckman Center of the National Academies of Science and Engineering in Irvine, California, on April 20, 2017.   He … Continue reading

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Finding the Personal Logic Scheme of President Donald Trump

Finding the Personal Logic Scheme of President Donald Trump Logic is a part of mathematics.  The standard one we use is called Aristotelian logic.  Most people may be unaware that what we call and teach as mathematics is only a relative … Continue reading

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Math of the 2016 Election

This article contains the pdf of the lecture that I am giving to the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UC Irvine, on Dec. 6, 2016.  It started as the math hidden in the primaries, but got delayed until after the … Continue reading

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The Basis of Mathematics in Biology and Evolution

The discovery of genetics by Gregor Mendel relied on experiment, and the discovery of evolution by Charles Darwin was based on reasonable arguments, until the discovery of a true mathematical or chemical basis for both in the discoveries of the … Continue reading

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