Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Kryptos Cipher

The famous artist Pablo Picasso once said, “ Sculpture is the art of the intelligence.”  These words have taken shape in winding curves and patterns spawned by artistic imagination ever since.     Picasso’s  words have even found a home … Continue reading

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Euclid and Coleridge: A Poem

Euclid’s first proposition in Book I states that an equilateral triangle can be constructed from a segment AB only with a ruler and compass. Here is a poem by the British poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge on this proposition:

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