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my (rather sad) idea of heaven

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by florapost, Jan 27, 2011.

  1. 'fractions of zero' currently running on radio 7
    i am a murder mystery addict anyway (ach - who needs real life) - but this one involves a serial killer who is addicted to pseudo-random (i suspect) numbers and cryptograms - and the hero is a mathemaatics professor
    played by philip glennister
    if only it was on tv, it could not be bettered
     
  2. 'fractions of zero' currently running on radio 7
    i am a murder mystery addict anyway (ach - who needs real life) - but this one involves a serial killer who is addicted to pseudo-random (i suspect) numbers and cryptograms - and the hero is a mathemaatics professor
    played by philip glennister
    if only it was on tv, it could not be bettered
     
  3. i never listen to the radio, wish it was on tv!
     
  4. "Fire up the quatre"?
     
  5. [​IMG]
     

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