Thursday, July 13, 2006


I have always found Mytho-spiritual aphorisms to be beautiful and every time I discover a new one if feel my life has new depth. They seem to me to be the archetypical fabric in all mythologies / religions as I have found them to be translatable and transmutable between the myths. I have also found that translating them into the language of math to be aesthetically rewarding. The piece righteousness above is one such aphorism which basically states that the more you display righteousness the less you really have. Of course this aphorism can be said for many disciplines for it seems we have all experienced the braggart who is more interested in covering his insecurities than setting an example for us to follow.

The equation is 'D' is proportional to 1/r ... or in otherwords 'D' is inversely proportional to r

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