Complex Ideas Made Simple

Maths in Deauville, Normandy (Rene Maltete)

Click the image above for a Krulwich confection.  While nominally about the challenge of understanding genetics, it is actually a reminder that when we celebrate the oddball, often underdog approaches to challenging ideas or situations, we sometimes oversimplify in the interest of clever/cute and sometimes in the spirit of brevity (which Shakespeare called the soul of wit, and Dorothy Parker called the soul of lingerie).

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