Ho³ = HOOO. Shouldn't it be (HO)³?
(HO)^3 = H^3.O^3 = HHHOOO
only thing I don't get is the log(pi*rho)...
log-pi-rho = log-pyro maby? :)
@ fm: log refers to the actual wooden log, and Pi Rho is a pay on words; if you say it out loud, it will sound like pyro, which means fire (comes from Greek pyr).
thx! once again I was thinking much too complex ;)
@ Amit: commutativity ? ;)
What's on the ribbon?
Nobody mentioned the bell curves hung on the tree graph, and the star graph on the top...
I think its a knot, but I'm not 100% certain.
@Bekki: I think it's a RING of congruence class mod 3.
Hooo boy. Merry Christmas everyone!
The wreath has the wreath product of the integers, Z, with the integers mod 3 on it.
Gotta love pi-rho. I've been meaning to do a pi-rho joke since I did "The Architects" (see link above) almost a year ago. I haven't gotten around to it. Hmmm, I'm off this week ... mebbe.
Well... you know the pi-rho's made the pyramids...
Bekki: It's an algebraic construction called the "Wreath product".