This is not a series I ever hoped to complete but the following are before & after images of giant ancient cedars cut in the #Caycuse watershed in Ditidaht territory on southern Vancouver Island. @email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org this is happening with your approval! More: https://www.ancientforestalliance.org/caycuse-watershed-before-and-after/
LOL, that’s an extortion.
“Explaining research to the general public requires thinking about it differently, and then finding ways to phrase it differently so that it is understandable to someone without all the years of training that come before mathematical research. It’s even harder to do while giving an idea of the content and without “cheating” too much on what is really going on.”
so, monads are like nachos, and they compose, we can eat multiple nachos one after another.