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that can be found in this category. Weak bimonoids were invented by Pastro and Street in their study of ‘quantum categories’, a generalization of quantum groups. So, it’s fascinating to see a weak bimonoid that plays an important role in electrical engineering!

However, in what follows I’ll stick to less fancy stuff: I’ll just explain the basic idea of Brandon’s thesis, say a bit about circuits and ‘bond graphs’, and outline his main results. What follows is heavily based on the introduction of his thesis, but I’ve baezified it a little.

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, i.e. logic without the principle of excluded middle ( P ¬ P ), is important for many reasons. One is that it arises naturally as the internal logic of toposes and more general categories. Another is that it is the logic traditionally used by Fashion Thirsty Womens Flat Platform Sliders Diamante Chain Flatforms Summer Sandals Size Silver Metallic ZwB71hkl
— mathematicians following Brouwer, Heyting, and Bishop, who want all proofs to have “computational” or “algorithmic” content. Brouwer observed that excluded middle is the primary origin of nonconstructive proofs; thus using intuitionistic logic yields a mathematics in which all proofs are constructive.

However, there are other logics that constructivists might have chosen for this purpose instead of intuitionistic logic. In particular, Girard’s (classical) linear logic was explicitly introduced as a “constructive” logic that nevertheless retains a form of the law of excluded middle. But so far, essentially no constructive mathematicians have seriously considered replacing intuitionistic logic with any such alternative. I will refrain from speculating on why not. Instead, in a paper appearing on the arXiv today:

I argue that in fact, constructive mathematicians (going all the way back to Brouwer) have already been using linear logic without realizing it!

Let me explain what I mean by this and how it comes about — starting with an explanation, for a category theorist, of what linear logic is in the first place.

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João Faria Martins and Paul Martin at the University of Leeds are advertising a 2-year research fellowship in geometric topology, topological quantum field theory and applications to quantum computing. This is part of a Leverhulme funded project .

Read his story:

16. Calvin Weir-Field, Ruby Sparks

Author bio: Everyone says that second novel is the hardest—especially when you don’t have any ideas. But turns out this fellow is a very evocative writer at least, because he manages to write his dream girl straight into actual existence. Lots of issues with control and consent ensue, but it’s all fine, because in the end he figures out the right thing to do, and gets another successful novel out of the experience in the bargain.

An excerpt from the book about Ruby: “This is the true and impossible story of my very great love. In the hope that she will not read this and reproach me, I have withheld many telling details: her name, the particulars of her birth and upbringing, and any identifying scars or birthmarks. All the same, I cannot help but write this for her, to tell her, ‘I’m sorry for every word I wrote to change you, I’m sorry for so many things. I couldn’t see you when you were here and, now that you’re gone, I see you everywhere.’ One may read this and think it’s magic, but falling in love is an act of magic. So is writing. It was once said of Catcher in The Rye , “That rare miracle of fiction has again come to pass: a human being has been created out of ink, paper and the imagination.” I am no J. D. Salinger, but I have witnessed a rare miracle. Any writer can attest: in the luckiest, happiest state, the words are not coming from you, but through you. She came to me wholly herself, I was just lucky enough to be there to catch her.”

An excerpt from the book about Ruby:

15. Nick Miller, New Girl

Author bio: Career bartender Nick Miller’s first book was an extremely bad zombie novel called Z is for Zombie , in which he misspelled the word “rhythm” 38 times and also included a word search with no answers. His second book, The Pepperwood Chronicles , seems rather more promising —Schmidt described the main character, Julius Pepperwood, as “A hard-boiled Chicago cop turned New Orleans detective, racing around on fan-boats, drowning that two-faced DA in a bucket of jambalaya.” Nick said the book was a “New Orleans story about a guy fighting with the alligator within,” but also about “race” and “the sexualization of the American handgun.” Ok!

Notable passage: “The sun baked down on Pepperwood’s back as he moved over to the St. Charles streetcar. The driver handed him a brown paper sack. Without opening it, Pepperwood knew what was inside: blood-soaked beignets.”

Notable passage:

14. Hank Moody, Californication

Author bio: Good writer, terrible person. Alcoholic, sex-addict, statutory rapist. Wrote a book called God Hates Us All (which now, of course, actually exists , because marketing), watched it get adapted into a movie called A Crazy Little Thing Called Love . Wrote a book called Fucking Punching , had the manuscript get stolen and published by the teenage girl—the one who punched him. Wrote the script for the film adaptation, after getting out of jail. Wrote a biography of a dead rock star. Wrote a book called . . . Californication .

The Taste of The Holidays
Saturday, November 5, 2016 - 12:00pm to Sunday, November 6, 2016 - 5:00pm

Celebrate the season along the MRH Wine Trail. Enjoy holiday foods paired perfectly with a featured wine. Visit all four wineries and register for prizes.

FOOD+WINE: Wine Pairing and Tour
Saturday, November 5, 2016 - 2:00pm to 3:30pm
Jowler Creek Winery
FOOD+WINE: Wine Pairing and Tour
Saturday, November 5, 2016 - 2:00pm to 3:30pm
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Guess The Grape
Saturday, November 5, 2016 - 4:00pm to 9:00pm
Sulgrave Regency Ballroom

This event brings together supporters and SightSavers from across Kansas City for an evening of delicious food, live entertainment, and good company all in the name of protecting sight.

Guests will delight in the tasting room by trying different varieties of wine and will be given raffle tickets for correctly guessing the subtle characteristics, varietal, price level, etc. of each glass.

Inspired by “blind” events in the past, this event highlights the necessary sense of sight by temporarily removing this sense and heightening others. Hence, Guess The Grape.

Featuring an evening of great entertainment, food, wine and a silent auction, this event will support the eye care that we provide at no cost to the 300 low-income and homeless.

Since 2009, KC Free Eye Clinic has helped over 2,700 adults and children get the reliable, compassionate, and professional care they need to restore and protect their sight - the sense people most fear losing.

Event URL: guessthegrapekc.com

Sippin’, Smokin’ Singin’ Saturday Night
Saturday, November 5, 2016 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Jowler Creek Winery

Gather your friends and come relax in our indoor barrel room (or outside if the weather is nice!) as we stay open late this Saturday night with live acoustic rock-and-roll music. We’ll be selling wine and beer by the glass and bottle, and we’ll also have picnic pails with warm, fresh bread and delectable cheeses and salamis available for purchase. Cost to attend is FREE. No reservations are required to join the fun...just come on out! No outside beverages (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) allowed.

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Saturday, November 5, 2016 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
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Music by Jeff Lux Duo

“Pulling together against Climate Change”

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Thanks to everyone who came out to the presentation last nightat the Centennial Theatre. We had a full house. We were delighted. It really means a lot to us. We really enjoyed ourselves and hope you all did too!

And lots and lots of rowing…

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We are doing a presentation at the Centennial Theatre in North Vancouver on Nov 26th (Tuesday) at 7.30pm. We’ll be sharing stories from our expedition in the Arctic as well as showing images and video footage of what we encountered. We’ll also have the boat on display, there’ll be some live music, a few pints as well as loads of raffle prizes from our sponsors so we’d love to see you there if you can make it. Please do spread the word, tickets can be bought via the Centennial website (link below).

Cheers

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Energy Climate petition

The world is not on track to meet the target agreed by governments to limit the long-term rise in the average global temperature to 2 degrees Celsius (°C).Global greenhouse gas emissions are increasing rapidly and, in May 2013, carbon-dioxide (CO2) levels in the atmosphere exceeded 400 parts per million for the first time in several hundred millennia.

According to the latest IEA report issued in May 2013, the energy sector is key to limiting climate change and through four energy policies can keep the 2°C target alive (‘4-for-2 Scenario’). Through this petition we urge policy-makers around the globe to;

· Adopt specific energy efficiency measures (49% of the emissions savings). · Minimise the construction and use of the least-efficient coal-fired power plants (21%). · Minimise methane (CH4) emissions from upstream oil and gas production (18%). · Accelerate the (partial) phase-out of subsidies to fossil-fuel consumption (12%).

The world is on a once-off transition to sustainability. Take action and sign this petition today.

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