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An appreciation of Rob A. Bryer, a Marxist scholar of accounting. I stumbled upon a You Tube channel and web site for the International Marxist Tendency. I do not know what I think about variants of Trotskyism. Alessandro Roncaglia contrasts theories of crises in which tendencies exist in competitive markets towards equilibrium and in which such tendencies need not exist. Some have YouTube channels trying to explain the strange ideas that mathematicians have come up with: An Infinite Series episode explaining the existence of an infinite number of different size infinities. This PBS show was actually finite. Numberphile on the same topic. Josh is clear that we have to define how to extend our notation when talking about infinity. Bri the math guy on the Saint

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  • An appreciation of Rob A. Bryer, a Marxist scholar of accounting.
  • I stumbled upon a You Tube channel and web site for the International Marxist Tendency. I do not know what I think about variants of Trotskyism.
  • Alessandro Roncaglia contrasts theories of crises in which tendencies exist in competitive markets towards equilibrium and in which such tendencies need not exist.
  • Some have YouTube channels trying to explain the strange ideas that mathematicians have come up with:
    • An Infinite Series episode explaining the existence of an infinite number of different size infinities. This PBS show was actually finite.
    • Numberphile on the same topic.
    • Josh is clear that we have to define how to extend our notation when talking about infinity.
    • Bri the math guy on the Saint Petersburg Paradox. He is very much about encouraging the student.
    • Not so serious.
    • Grant Sanderson on Newton's method and fractals.

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