Coins and jewelry from the time of Alexander the Great have been found by hikers in a stalactite filled cave in northern Israel. Continue reading →
The 2,300-year-old cache includes silver coins of Alexander the Great, who conquered the region in the late fourth century B.C.
After our sojourn to the 1960s in the last post, I'm afraid it's back to 1990 for this one, with all of the Sibbick rip-offs that that tends to entail. Part of the BBC Fact Finders series (other titles included Egypt, Weather, Seashore and Nutkins on Pets, which presumably featured stalwart children's TV presenter Terry Nutkins, or else has a very baffling title), Dinosaurs is a very typical book of the post-Normanpedia, pre-Jurassic Park era (the Sibbickian?). Greg Paul-type dinosaurs haven't […]
Game theory math can describe molecular competition and cooperation, perhaps providing clues to the origin of life.
Math of strategy can describe molecular competition, cooperation
by Tom Siegfried
4:25pm, March 9, 2015
The same math that describes playing poker and other parlor games may also provide clues to the origins of life.buttershug569/iStockPhotoAt first glance, it seems strange to think that math used for describing business competition, fighting
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