Survived another expedition to Nawth Alibam’s Shining City on the Hill. May have a new project. Film at Eleven.
In the meantime, ran across this cartoon: [Link]
and sympathize. There is something about rhythmic noise fitting nicely with maths. I tend to make nonsense noises when I am so engaged.
But someone should tell the bairns that fractions are useful as establishing ratios in a concrete, or, at least, visual, sense. Otherwise, give me a decimal. It’s amenable to manipulation. Fractions aren’t which is probably why classical Greek maths got stalled and rotted?