By Jun Maekawa
Jun Maekawa, who studied physics, is credited with constructing a brand new origami process in response to primary geometric styles. His insights into the relationship among arithmetic and origami are summed up within the Maekawa Theorem. he's a prime councilor of the Japan Origami organization and govt supervisor and engineer for a software program corporation generating clinical engineering calculations.
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But as H. L. ”4 Mencken’s opinion of Saltus is that he deserves the obscurity from which others seek to rescue him: “The man . . is simply a silly and hollow triﬂer—a mass of puerile pretensions and affectations, vain of his unsound knowledge and full of sentimentalities. He began life by hawking the stale ribaldries of Arthur Schopenhauer, already dead twenty years; he departed to realms of bliss chattering the blowsy nonsense of theosophy” (Mencken, 278). By focusing only on the beginning and end points of Saltus’s career, Mencken does the author the disservice of ignoring his early success as the author of novels satirizing New York society, such as Mr.
Weir Mitchell (they were cousins), who prescribed a cure at a cattle ranch in Wyoming. ”31 The Western experience does not work out so well for this latter-day neurasthenic, but Wyoming made all the difference for Wister. Going from Wagner to Wyoming in so short a time is a cultural volte-face of dizzying dimensions, and, while being a Wagnerite does not, by itself, certify Wister as “decadent,” that particular cultural marker, along with his physical weakness and “Harvard indifference,” at least put the man on a widely recognized, downward-tending cultural path.