Monday, November 17, 2008

Monday November 17, 2008

Filed under: General,Geometry — m759 @ 9:00 AM

From the previous entry:

“If it’s a seamless whole you want,
 pray to Apollo, who sets the limits
  within which such a work can exist.”

— Margaret Atwood,
author of Cat’s Eye

The 3x3 square

Happy birthday
to the late
Eugene Wigner

… and a belated
Merry Christmas
 to Paul Newman:

Elke Sommer, former Erlangen Gymnasium student, in 'The Prize' with Paul Newman, released Christmas Day, 1963

“The laws of nature permit us to foresee events on the basis of the knowledge of other events; the principles of invariance should permit us to establish new correlations between events, on the basis of the knowledge of established correlations between events. This is exactly what they do.”

— Eugene Wigner, Nobel Prize Lecture, December 12, 1963

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Thursday October 9, 2008

Filed under: General — m759 @ 4:23 PM
The Swedish Solution

(A modest proposal from
the date of Paul Newman’s death)

Paul Newman and Elke Sommer in 'The Prize'

Paul Newman and Elke Sommer
in “The Prize” (1963,
screenplay by Ernest Lehman)

Happy Yom Kippur.

Friday, October 3, 2008

Friday October 3, 2008

Filed under: General — m759 @ 4:30 PM
The Prize

Paul Newman and Elke Sommer in 'The Prize'

“The secret to life, and
to love, is getting started,
keeping going, and then
getting started again.”

Nobel Laureate
Seamus Heaney
at Sanders Theatre,
Harvard College,
September 30, 2008

On Elke Sommer:

“…Young Elke… studied
in the prestigious
Gymnasium School
in Erlangen….”

Film Fatales

Erlangen Prize Lecture:

Variations on a Theme of
Plato, Goethe, and Klein

Christmas Knot, Sept. 26,
and Hard Core, July 17-18.)

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