(Click on the comic if you can't see the full image.) (C)Copyright 2015, C. Burke.The only thing that stops a bad monster from destroying Tokyo is a good monster which no longer destroys (much of) Tokyo. I still remember seeing Monster Zero on TV as a kid. It was listed as featuring (and I quote from memory) "Godzilla, Rodan, Nick Adams." Come back often for more funny math and geeky comics.
MONTHLY MEMORY LANE: 3 years ago: March 2012. I mark in red three posts that seem most apt for general background on key issues in this blog* (Posts that are part of a “unit” or a group of “U-Phils” count as one.) This new feature, appearing the last week of each month, began at the blog’s 3-year anniversary in Sept, 2014. *excluding those recently reblogged. April […]
The Information Paradox is an interesting challenge to the accepted notions of how life on Earth came to be. There's some mathematics involved, too!
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Our monthly professional development session this morning included a panel on student success stories. Several students recounted how they overcame challenges in their lives ultimately enabling them to succeed in high school. Their stories were inspirational, heartbreaking, and, at times, … Continue reading →
Welcome to this month’s game theory in the news, where I highlight stories and case studies related to the study of strategic thinking. You can get these posts automatically and ad-free by email and RSS. You can also check out previous posts in the Archive for Game Theory News. 1. How Uber Surge Pricing Works … Continue reading Uber Surge Pricing Might Not Work, Why Close NHL Games Suck, And Hugo Awards Voting – Game Theory News