Episode 119: Hell's Bells

Episode 119: Hell's Bells

Ep 119 Dolby

Newton has some cause to be rather pissed off at Riemann. After all, without Riemann's work on the mathematical foundations of non-Euclidean space, Einstein would have had a hard time of his own work, and Newton's world system might have continued unsullied for centuries to come. But, as those of you who have recently been in the position of renting a diving bell no doubt know, when first Lady Bell bites you, there is no indignity a man will not suffer to have her.

The exact number of orphans Leibniz saved during his life has been disputed by scholars for centuries. There has been general agreement however, that his hair was immense.

- Count Dolby von Luckner

Ep 119 Geoff

Well, I am emerging from the shadow of the opera, and thus am starting to have a bit more free time again and am able to post.

But, the opera is not completely done with me yet. If anybody wants to see a performance of "Yeomen of the Guard", this upcoming weekend is the time to do it.

Curtain is at 8pm on Saturday the 26th, and at 2:30pm on Sunday the 27th. The show performs at Dinkelspiel Auditorium on the Stanford University campus.


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