Mathematica de Naturae – IV : The Trooper

We’ve seen how monkeys grew thumbs. Blessed with reason and free-will, we’ve watched them forge blades. Soon we saw monkey killing monkey over pieces of the ground. Step by step, the tools used were industrialized and ... Read more

Mathematica de Naturae – III: All the King’s Men

As the dominant species of the planet, we are unrivaled in our position on the food chain. Evolution has led us down a very arduous path of invention and thought. Our natural ability to hunt has been erased from our genomes ... Read more

Mathematica de Naturae – II : Law of the Red Queen

The population of a species that could be observed at a given time with respect to other species in its habitat is an important area of study in ecological mathematics. The availability and competition among species for food ... Read more