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A very interesting way of exploring differential equations that uses the predator prey relationship as its example.

It would be cool to get some of these guys to work on equations relevant to Azimuth.

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Nice! Somehow I missed this post!

`Nice! Somehow I missed this post!`

I had missed this post too, but brought up Bret Victor on the Simple online climate model thread:

So Bret is already somewhat saving the planet -- it would be very cool if he were interested in Azimuth as Curtis suggested, since we could all learn from his (evidently impressive) bag of tricks.

`I had missed this post too, but brought up Bret Victor on the [Simple online climate model](http://forum.azimuthproject.org/discussion/892/a-simple-online-climate-model/?Focus=6539#Comment_6539) thread: > I am not in the mood to nitpik over constants since I have just watched [a GREAT talk](http://kottke.org/12/02/inventing-on-principle) which I strongly recommend, even to non-programmers. This is how twiddling constants in Javascript *should* be done! > I was happy to learn that the developer behind this [Bret Victor](http://worrydream.com/) was the creative talent behind Al Gore's [Our Choice app](http://pushpoppress.com/ourchoice/) which surely makes him ideal to draft in to help or at least advise here! We should send one of John's robots over to pay him a visit. So Bret is already somewhat saving the planet -- it would be very cool if he were interested in Azimuth as Curtis suggested, since we could all learn from his (evidently impressive) bag of tricks.`

(Bret's Kill Math project also seems to resonate with sentiments I've heard expressed here)

`(Bret's [Kill Math project](http://worrydream.com/KillMath/) also seems to resonate with sentiments I've heard expressed here)`