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- Living and breathing fractals
- More about hats
- Biomolecular finite-state automata
- A new
*Proof* - Mathematica - the show

- Chinese characters
- Evolution's mathematical rhythm
- Multiplication in the brain
- Haven't we had this conversation before?
- Catastrophes in
*Nature* - Drunk on fractals

- Math Anxiety and Math Competence
- What is Math about?
- Tying and untying molecular knots
- Wiles at the Olympiad
- Is pi normal?

- Poor Richard's Magic Squares
- Two Tony's for
*Proof* - ``I prove a theorem and the house expands ...''
*e*on the Op-Ed page.^{x}- Geometric Quantum Computation
- ``Surprisingly Square''
- John Nash, and the movie

*June 2001*

- Computing an Organism
*Proof*on NPR- Flat and Flatter
- Why don't we have six limbs?
- Complexity too simple?
- Newton vs. Leibniz on the air
- Physiological rhythms
- Beyond the spherical cow

*May 2001*

- What color is my hat?
- `New Math' = Trouble
- Fun with Fermat
- Alan Alda, math wannabe
- Pulitzer for
*Proof* - Benjamin Peirce in
*The New Yorker* - "A Beautiful Mind" -the movie

*April 2001*

- Math in
*The Lancet* - Solitons in matter
- Teenager finds new triangle theorem
- God, Stephen Wolfram, etc.
- Calculus with Mother Hen

*March 2001*

*January 2001*