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1 apple + 1 apple = 2 apples

June 18, 2012

Dear All,

Please find attached a note (Pictures Words Numbers) in which we get to glimpse the distributive law and natural transformation (Conceptual Mathematics, page 275 and Appendix III) in a familiar equation:

1 apple + 1 apple = 2 apples

Happy apples!

Thank you,

pvr

Pictures Words Numbers

Lessons from Line

Composition

GENERAL THEORY OF NATURAL EQUIVALENCES

P.S. Darwin goes to India and explains patiently his survival of the fittest and the resultant evolution to Buddha lounging under a banyan tree.  After listening intently, Buddha, with his eyes still closed and eyeballs under still, says something like ‘I heard it all—from my granny,’ to which Darwin rather reasonably adds wut!  After further discussions, Darwin returns to America and sues the board of education for not making free screening of Avatar to school children mandatory.

(cf. Prof. Tom Albright’s talk on Vasthu Veda at The Salk Institute.

Of course, I didn’t bother to go to the talk, but when Tom showed me the powerpoint presentation of his talk and told me about his neuroscience of architecture research program, I, notwithstanding all my genius, couldn’t figure out which wall to bang my head against ;-)

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