Archive for January 29th, 2011

Biologists believe that simple mathematical theories are usually wrong, because biological systems are multicausal, poorly partitionable — basically, messy.  Biological systems do have a beauty, but it is one of complexity and richness, rather than the simple reductionist elegance of physics.
    —    W. Daniel Hillis
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2020 R.I.P. Kobe
2019 Looks A Lot Like #45
2018 Trying To Stay Young
2017 Seems Reasonable To Me
2016 We Can Get Through This Together (In Time)
2015 How Long Is A Piece Of String?
2014 Heathen, n.
2013 Wisdom’s Folly
2012 When The Student Is Ready
Disconnected Leadership
2011 The Complex Richness Of Life

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