This week we take a look at the life and work of MC Escher, an artist more embraced by mathematicians than he was by the art world. His work endures, and his singular style infused a realism to absurd perspectives, impossible objects, physics-defying landscapes, warped geometry, and infinite tessellations. I had more written about our oversized discussion and news segment, but it all got deleted and now I don't care. Enjoy!
#172 - Ada Lovelace: Computing in the 1800s
#170 - When Was It Invented?
#169 - It's Gold, Jerry!
# 168 - A Delightful Surprise
#167 - All the News That's Fit to Be Left in Open Tabs On My Browser For the Past Few Weeks
#166 - Bass Reeves and the History of the Black American Cowboy
#165 - This Show is Garbage
#164 - Cannabalistic Humanoid Underwater Construction
#163 - Oh the humanity! The Story of the Hindenburg
#162 - Holograms
#161 - MKULTRA, the CIA, and Mind Control
#160 - Never Forget
#159: War of Wikipedia 4!
#158 - Random Programming
#157 - Behind the Smile: The Mona Lisa Story
#156 - MaxiMini Show
#155 - When Beta Tried To Be Alpha
#154 - Unpacking the Coronavirus
#153 - Good Vibrations
The Joe Rogan Experience
My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
2 Bears 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer
The Adventure Zone
My Brother, My Brother And Me