|Location||San Diego, California, United States|
|Introduction||I'm currently a graduate student at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. I study population dynamics, ecosystem structure & stability, and fisheries management.|
|Interests||cognition, problem solving, skill transfer, abstraction, language acquisition, perception, memory, computational origami, algorithms, complexity & stability in ecosystems, technology, security/privacy, blogging, memes, wikipedia, sociology, tv, video games, puzzles, board/card/tile games, reading, music, tea, cooking, photography, LEGO|
Please describe how you could take the peel off an apple all in one go:
Simple, just find the dual graph and bore out the core. This might only work if the apple has a valid planar embedding though...