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!
#196 - Ambiguous Gestural and Verbal Praise
#195 - Voyager‘s Golden Record
War of Wikipedia #5
#193 - Uranus is Thicc
#192 - Projct A119: Nuking the Moon
#191 - The Private Space Race
#190 - The 80-Year Cycle of American Life
#189 Worst. President. Ever.
#188 - The Incredible Life of Alan Turing
#187 - The Daring Escape and Incredible Life of Robert Smalls
#186 -You Can't Throw a Curveball in Space
#185 - When Russia Tried To Sell Its Navy to Pepsi
#184 - The Antikytheria Mechanism
#183 - Mark and Todd - In Person!
Dad Jokes 3: The Daddening
#181 - The Beautification of Stainless Steel
#180 - The Wilhelm Teapot
#179 - The Colossus of Rhodes
#178 - Things We Thought We Knew
#177 - Gladys Mae West and the Oblate Spheroid
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