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July 2013: The Future Of Flight Dear Mr Editor, Re the Dalek Variable-Why do scientists and writers alike place so much faith in the Drake equation? It’s like a religion for them. For some reason, many scientists have chosen to ignore what 2 scientists have recently discovered. John Nash's ground-breaking contributions to maths Genuinely new, genuinely brilliant ideas in mathematics are hard to come by. Undergraduate maths, for example, contains few topics imagined after 1950. That John Nash made ground-breaking contributions in mathematical areas as diverse as games, geometry and topology, and partial differential equations therefore establishes his place in history. Much more striking, though, is the continuing resonance of his ideas. Just last week, as Nash was in Oslo collecting the prestigious Abel Prize, colleagues of mine began applying his famous concept of equilibrium to help address one of society's much more contemporary problems - that of supplying electricity cheaply, reliably and cleanly.

Passover Recipes for Health Andrew Scrivani for The New York TimesBraised Greek Artichoke Bottoms with Lemon and Olive Oil In this week’s Recipes for Health, Martha Rose Shulman takes us on a tour of the Mediterranean to discover a Sephardic Passover meal, with dishes from Turkey, Greece, North Africa and the Middle East. She writes: Throughout the Mediterranean, springtime is the season for spinach and other greens, artichokes and fava beans, and these vegetables make delicious appearances at Passover meals.

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Combinations and Permutations Calculator Find out how many different ways you can choose items. For an in-depth explanation of the formulas please visit Combinations and Permutations. Note: The old version is here. For an in-depth explanation please visit Combinations and Permutations. Power Users! Passover ''Bag of Plagues'' - Martha Stewart Holidays The Passover seder tells the story of the Jewish people's enslavement by the Egyptians thousands of years ago. One of the most dramatic parts of the story is the reciting of the 10 plagues: blood, frogs, lice, wild beasts, cattle disease, boils, hail, locusts, darkness, and the slaying of the first born. For a creative way to teach children about the 10 plagues, Erica King assembles a "goodie bag" for them to play with while the adults perform the seder rituals. Erica, whose daughter Charlotte works for the company, uses these trinkets and candies to represent each plague: Blood: Kosher for Passover dark-chocolate-covered cherriesFrogs: Plastic toy frogs or frog trinketsLice: Sparkling confettiWild beasts: Plastic lions and tigersCattle disease: Plastic cowsBoils: BubblesHail: Kosher for Passover Chiclets gumLocusts: Kosher for Passover plastic bugsDarkness: Plastic sunglassesSlaying of the first born: Halloween skeleton stickers or punches

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Plants 'do maths' to control overnight food supplies Plants have a built-in capacity to do maths, which helps them regulate food reserves at night, research suggests. UK scientists say they were "amazed" to find an example of such a sophisticated arithmetic calculation in biology. Mathematical models show that the amount of starch consumed overnight is calculated by division in a process involving leaf chemicals, a John Innes Centre team reports in e-Life journal. Frogs, Griffins, and Jews Without Hats: How My Children Illuminated the Haggadah > Jewish Review of Books About a decade ago, just before Passover, I found myself in a Conservative synagogue in Riverdale, New York, discussing the way that the magnificent 14th-century illuminated Spanish "Golden Haggadah" illustrated the plague of frogs. I was pointing out the fact that the image—which shows Aaron striking a large frog and many other, smaller frogs emerging from it—depicted not only scripture, but also a midrash found in Tanchuma and mentioned by Rashi. Since Exodus 8:2 uses the singular "the frog emerged" when describing the plague, this interpretive tradition suggested that only one frog initially came out of the Nile.

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