tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10950488.post2219116357102715966..comments2016-10-28T07:10:14.266-07:00Comments on Mathematical Poetry: The Paradigm PoemKazmier Maslankahttps://plus.google.com/108840074810527811550noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10950488.post-5664529408214950802008-04-16T17:08:00.000-07:002008-04-16T17:08:00.000-07:00I LIKE IT!Thanks!KazI LIKE IT!<BR/><BR/>Thanks!<BR/>KazKaz Maslankahttp://www.blogger.com/profile/10215535360917928880noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10950488.post-56793793296001327122008-04-15T15:01:00.000-07:002008-04-15T15:01:00.000-07:00Based on some of your poems, I decided to make one...Based on some of your poems, I decided to make one of my own based on a graph theory book I was reading...it is certainly not as subtle as your work, but I think that it came out fairly interesting. As background,the Euler-Schlaefli Equation for Dimension three is V - E + F - C = 0, where V=number of vertices of a polyhedra, E=number of edges of the polyhedra, F=number of faces of the polyhedra, and C=number of cells of the polyhedra (a cell is the number of areas space is divided into by the polyhedra).<BR/><BR/>Point-to-point, each vertex strives –<BR/>V lonely souls,<BR/> cries the Euler-Schlaefli.<BR/>Elements of dimension null<BR/>walk logic’s edge…<BR/><BR/>-<BR/><BR/>and reach ascension;<BR/>E outreaching arms,<BR/> cries the Euler-Schlaefli,<BR/>Dance along in dimension one,<BR/>look face-to-face…<BR/><BR/>+<BR/><BR/>at the midnight sun.<BR/>F all-seeing eyes,<BR/> cries the Euler-Schlaefli.<BR/>Mirror ‘pon mirror in dimension two,<BR/>reflecting their bigotry…<BR/><BR/>-<BR/><BR/>isolating you<BR/>in one of C cells.<BR/> cries the Euler-Schlaefli – <BR/>a battle cry of prejudice<BR/> echoing through dimension three,<BR/>where you always have more choices<BR/> but where you’ll never be as free. <BR/><BR/>=<BR/><BR/>Void.<BR/> Vacuum.<BR/> An empty world.<BR/> And even here, in barren land,<BR/>"Order!" <BR/> ,cries the Euler-Schlaefli <BR/> and order came<BR/> and structure was<BR/> so space<BR/> <I>is</I>Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com