What Did I Post On Theorem Thursdays?

Hi again folks. I don’t want you to think I forgot about my little blog here. I’ve just been off for a pretty major competitive-pinball event the past week and that and a visit to the Kennywood amusement park slurped up all my writing time. Should be recovered soon enough.

I’ll be back to posting original stuff soon enough, and to posting links to other people’s stuff. But for now I wanted to gather links to all the Theorem Thursday now that the project’s safely at its pre-announced conclusion. I’ve have thoughts about what it all meant soon, too.

Over June and July I put up rather extended posts about:

I do figure on returning to these long-form explanations of theorems, so that Mean Value Theorem and Fixed Point Theorem stuff shouldn’t be left dangling forever. I don’t know just when I will, though. I’ll discuss why that is in my “what-did-I-learn” post, when I have the chance.

Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there. He/him.

2 thoughts on “What Did I Post On Theorem Thursdays?”

    1. Well, thank you. The New England thing is just all the jokes I tossed off along the way to explaining the five-color map theorem. There’s a lot of contended boundaries there and erasing them for one reason or another is good for stirring up trouble. (I’m not above this sort of thing. I’m from New Jersey, so there is a very long and rather sad history of fights over the state’s basic dignity, mostly against New York. But there’s room for other squabbles, as seen by the land border Delaware has the gall to claim from the Garden State.)

      I’d love to talk more about the mathematics of pinball competitions although I’ve already used the best discussion topic, detailed balance. There’s probably more, though.


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