Linking Differential Equations to what?!
was born and spent more than a half of my life in the former USSR,
from a state university, and then working for various
scientific institutions. It goes without saying
that most aspects of Soviet life were heavily ideologized:
even after Stalin, during the final softer decades of the Evil
Empire. However almost nobody accepted the propaganda and intrusion of
the ideology at its face value. More importantly, natural science
and mathematics were spared from the propaganda: hard
science was not abused for promotion of the ideological whims of
imagine my shock when here, in America of all places, I received an
invitation to contribute a mathematical paper for a special issue of
the CODEE Journal1 dedicated to ...
Linking Differential Equations to Social
Justice and Environmental
are a few proposals I sent at their request.
In reply to your persistent invitation of papers
for this special issue, here are several proposals.
1) Whenever I hear the
words "Social justice", my hand rushes for my Glock2.
the delay of this reflex as a function of the growing occurrence of
2) "Make America straight again": a new linear model for propagation of hate.
3) Isomorphism between diversity and perversity.
4) White guilt still lags behind white privilege. More effective affirmative action for
elimination and reversal of
5) Re-distribution of wealth as a result of Social justice applied
to the function of Normal Distribution.
6) The fractional
dimension of the safe
space as a
consequence of its fractal boundaries in a fragile
7) Micro aggression as a violation of
boundaries of the safe space.
8) Inequalities as a legacy of injustice in Mathematics. Elimination of
inequalities and transfer to mathematics with equalities
9) Whiteness in Mathematics
as an obstacle for people of color - with the
example of the problem of 4 colors.
10) Is the straight line full
of hate and therefore does not belong to eunuchoid geometry?
11) A new due process for the era of Social
Progressive movements are considered
and after full destruction of the nation3.
Journal (Consortium for Ordinary Differential Equations
2. The original phrase ''Whenever I hear the word culture, I reach for my revolver'' was misattributed to the
Nazi Reich Marshal Hermann Goring. The sentence does date
from Nazi Germany, but comes from Hanns Johst's drama ''Schlageter,''
produced at the State Playhouse in Berlin in 1933. Ironically, the
topic (1) holds true also for contemporary Western culture filled
with sodomy, scatology, and desecration of God (here
and also for so called multi-culturalism.
3. The original phrase was "Any progressive party or movement is
considered innocent until full destruction of the nation" (2005). Its
source so far could not be found. .