of no fixed subtitle
May 21, 2004
Knotplot(n): 1. A
of knots and links, viewed from a (mostly) mathematical perspective. 2. An elaborate
to visualize and manipulate mathematical knots in three and four dimensions.
18 years ago
Wowsa! I like this. Going to have to play around with the program--as soon as I can get untied from this chair.
TAKE THAT, BOY SCOUTS!
Very interesting stuff, but there's very little actual mathematical explanation of what's going on in the site...
cool links! i once did a story on
knot theory and how it applies to tangled christmas lights
See under "ties", "traditional knots". I go for a half-Windsor myself.
Some knots are nautical, and some knots are naught. Some knots are naughtier than others, some are knotty enough, but all noughts are not.
Windsor ties are ties that bind.
But a good Windsor knot is not naught! On the right person, one can get me in a knot. And, I do think well done ascot is kinda naughty. It's not that you're not naughty enough, it's just there there naught to keep us from these knots.
And, if there were any any mispellings there, Merriam-Webster suddenly wanted to charge for checking spelling. How naughty (noughty, knotty, )
And "there's", and only one. OH, well!
schadenfreude, Excellent stuff. Looks like I need to expand my