Monthly Archives: April 2010

On-going custody battle

On-going custody battle Today  a deserted and frustrated father wrote to me about his on-going attempts to follow his ex for thousands of miles, so as to be able to continue to play a role in his daughters’ life. While the man was involved in custody hearings in a province in Central-Canada, his ex-common-law-wife had moved to a city in Western Canada. Here is my response. Hello Bill (not the real name), As I read your account, the first thing that came to my mind is that you described a case of parental kidnapping.  Of course, I have no way of knowing whether a visitation agreement was in place then … Continue reading

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Sex and artistic analysis

Sex and artistic analysis You may have an interest in odd things, but I don’t know whether you have an interest in odd art. The front page of today’s Edmonton Journal carries an image that is an example of Escher’s art.  That image does not do complete justice to the relationship between mathematics and art that Escher’s art focuses on.  Escher’s art fascinated me since before I could read. Here is a gallery of Escher’s art. There is a specialized branch of such art, perspective street art, something that M.C. Escher did not focus on.  A more specific designation of such art is anamorphic painting.  That is not a modern … Continue reading

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