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The Parrot

The Parrot

The Parrot's Theorem: A Novel by Denis Guedj

The Parrot's Theorem: A Novel



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The Parrot's Theorem: A Novel Denis Guedj ebook
Format: pdf
ISBN: 9781466851672
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Page: 360


Dec 20, 2010 - It was easier in Nevil Shute's day: he didn't use a nom de plume, instead he wrote his (arguably sf) novels as Nevil Shute and worked as an aerodynamicist as Mr N.S. The late Alex the Parrot slightly shifted my belief in animal intelligence in the direction that John Lilly tried to persuade me decades earlier about dolphins. Norway, using his initials and his real surname. Similarly, dolphins coordinate attacks, and African gray parrots fly in flocks up to 500, and use varied calls to coordinate their movements (for instance, a family of parrots will invite some groups to share food, but not other groups). Recently I also read one other book that he mentioned: Surreal Numbers, by Don Knuth. Although I am a great fan of almost everything Knuth writes, this book didn't caught me much. Aug 22, 2009 - The book was The Parrot's Theorem. Sep 17, 2007 - Read “Intelligent Design and the NFL Theorems: Debunking Dembski” by Olle Häggström (pretty smart probability theorist) http://www.math.chalmers.se/~olleh/papers.html. Parents and teachers sometimes said vaguely that this was all because of Deep Green terrorists, but Jonathan thought there was more to the story. May 22, 2012 - It was always dark outside the windows. Mar 14, 2012 - It's hard not to parrot the blurb, but this book is both a gripping human story and, at the same time, and a light on the tensions at a key point in our intellectual history, relevant to almost every theme of concern to readers here. Mar 24, 2012 - Uncle Petros and Goldbach's Conjecture Parrot's Theorem (Another Math novel) Ender's Game Ender's Shadow Best American Short Stories (1999 and 2001) (Favorite Short Story:Surrounded by Sleep by Akhil Sharma). Reply This leisurely tour of the 250 years of mathematics that went into proving Fermat's Last Theorem, and its portraits of the mathematicians who contributed to this achievement, is highly accessible without sacrificing mathematical accuracy. And this is not a question of sex or salacious novels; the parents want their children to be taught the truth.

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