"Nine times seven, thought Shuman with deep satisfaction, is sixty-three, and I don't need a computer to tell me so. The computer is in my own head."

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*The Feeling of Power*by Isaac Asimov
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## Wednesday, September 26, 2007

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Mathematical Dystopia

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**It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it**.

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Meandering mutterings and musings about math by a concerned Connecticut parent.

"Nine times seven, thought Shuman with deep satisfaction, is sixty-three, and I don't need a computer to tell me so. The computer is in my own head."

from *The Feeling of Power* by Isaac Asimov

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