Tuesday, August 15, 2006

this afternoons existence blog

there is a fascinating article (which will surely be made into a movie) in today's new york times.

the story itself is interesting, "Three years ago, a mathematician announced he had solved a famous, intractable problem. Then he disappeared. Now mathematicians are calling the work a landmark," but the science it details is even more so.

it deals with the very nature of reality and existence which, to summarize in the words of William Thurston of Cornell, is:
"You don't see what you're seeing until you see it, but when you do see it, it lets you see many other things."

On a completely unrelated note, my good friend- the talented actress Anne Carlisle- will be performing in a Fringe Fest show called An Off-White Afternoon, starting this Sunday.
Everyone should go.
'Nuff said.

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