i just love these guys the most of all the photosynthetic animals bcuz theyre like... something you'd see in a sci fi movie or something on an alien planet. essentially half-plant.
like other photosynthetic animals just kinda, have a bit of photosynthesis but these guys actually specialize in it and grow their own little leafs
plus theyre fucking adorable
Anne Harding and I made a hand-drawn, hand-cranked version of Truncation (http://shonk.tumblr.com/post/129970437451/), showing cross sections of a hypercube.
Check it out in person at the Curfman Gallery (https://lsc.colostate.edu/campus-activities/lsc-arts/).
@christianp Love it!
Happy \(\pi\) day, Mathstodon! #piday
I have to explain cavity resonators to an Electromagnetics class tomorrow, and I keep on getting distracted by grapes-making-plasma-in-microwaves videos. I need to see if I can get a microwave in the lecture room. https://youtu.be/wCrtk-pyP0I
@Zuph that must smell amazing!
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I write technical books about programming.
I teach tech at a uni.
I never remember if < or > is less than until I make a pretend crocodile to eat the bigger variable.
@technomancy What is that? A screen for ants?
@anaisfae Ah, I see! It is a lovely piece of art, but I wouldn't want you to compromise on your quality standard to make it a print.
@anaisfae would love a print of “the valley” but I don’t see it listed - am I missing it somewhere?
Electrical Engineer. PhD. Pimaker.
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