Posts Tagged ‘G H Hardy’

Some mathematical links!

February 23, 2008

The March issue of American Mathematical Monthly is full of wonderful reading material:

Take a look!

Darwin cricket connection

January 17, 2008

I knew G H Hardy was a great fan of cricket; I did not know that Charles Darwin was one too, till I saw this piece by Saad Shafqat in The Telegraph:

Charles Darwin, otherwise known as the father of modern biology, was also keen on cricket. During his voyage on the HMS Beagle, he made an admiring record in his diary of cricket being played by the children of missionaries. Later, when he was living at Down House in Kent, he gave up part of his estate for the activities of a local cricket club.

Take a look!