We hate to interrupt your Saturday…


…as you reread that scamp Gottfried von Leibniz’ 1684 account of differential calculus for the dramatic a-HA moment when Leibniz realized that Pascal’s approach to infinitesimals could be combined with Sluse’s tangent rule and applied to any geometric curve, but we would be remiss if we did not let you know that our pal Burr Deming has posted his Saturday links (complete with wry commentary, so take THAT Leibniz!) over at his blog, Fair and Unbalanced.

We will keep this post on top today and fresher posts —if any!— will be below.

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3 Responses to We hate to interrupt your Saturday…

  1. Ten Bears says:

    But it’s only useful if you’re using spherical trigonometry to calculate the intersection of two or more moving bodies within a spatial system …

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  2. JRoc says:

    Leibniz has Choco Leibniz named after him. We wins.

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