Today’s post will combine pure math, poetry, and a photo into one probably terrible post that I will not be able to take full credit for. However, I have not seen the proof of said lemma prior to today.
Yesterday, I posted the following on Facebook, and wanted to describe it.
The explanation is probably meaningful only to a limited audience, granted. Nevertheless, I will still explain it, and I’ll hopefully avoid “Rat” at the end of the post.
I’m making matzo-crusted chicken tonight, as a short break from grading papers, of which I still have ten to go.
But, the spices are essentially like what you get at Scarborough Fair.
Yes, because there’s parsley, sage, rosemary, and…
Maybe I will go a little ape with this post. But I’d like to start it out with a punny story and picture, before relating it back to the fruit.
“Manifold” is a math term, but don’t worry, there’s no explicit math in the post. Unless you consider basic numbers, like ONE, TWO, and THREE. Don’t worry: I’m only going to listicle them, in a brief article. (And there will be a few pictures!)