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Originally posted on LBO News from Doug Henwood:
I’ve been very delinquent about posting radio shows to the archive—sorry. Here’s a batch. There’s a break in the middle for KPFA fundraising (three weeks) and my racing to finish my book…

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Listen to the doctor crystilogic: Kidney, this time with ions and color. It’s a whole crazy world down there. This is one of the thousands of small tubes that urine moves along on its way through the kidney, with all … Continue reading

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Currently on Exhibit at Tate Modern by Damien Hirst via rev-erie

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hexa by Matthew DiVito (Source: http://mrdiv.tumblr.com/post/23292175133/hexa)

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Yes! Video games are the best way to explain basic topology.  You know those special levels in Super Mario Bros. where the screen doesn’t move with you — you’re just in a “room” and if you go off to the … Continue reading

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Composition by Theo van Doesburg via phassa, wowgreat

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John Baez: To get [the D4 lattice], first take a bunch of equal-sized spheres in 4 dimensions. Stack them in a hypercubical pattern, so their centers lie at the points with integer coordinates. A bit surprisingly, there’s a lot of … Continue reading

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