Quasilinks for Quasicrystals, and Other Items

A Roman 20-sided die -- an icosahedron, quasicrystal style.

I wrote a post about the Nobel Prize for physics yesterday, and one for the Nobel Prize for Chemistry today. However, I don’t intend to write about the literature prize tomorrow, unless either Margaret Atwood or Bob Dylan wins. So we’ll see; I think Atwood is certainly deserving, but I am no oracle. In the meantime, here are some links to keep you busy:

Finally, if all that reading has worn you out, go watch this video of the Sun eating a comet whole. Because who doesn’t love seeing cosmic destruction, if it causes no harm to us?

1 Response to “Quasilinks for Quasicrystals, and Other Items”

  1. 1 Ada Lovelace Day: Emmy Noether and Symmetry, Revisited « Galileo's Pendulum Trackback on October 7, 2011 at 09:54
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