The author of that phenomenally influential Mathematical Games column in Scientific American (if you are of a certain age you will remember it well), Martin Gardner, has died at the age of 95.
95 is a very interesting number, but then one of the things we learned from Gardner is that they all are.
Living a languorous life and occasionally nibbling on a jellyfish has its virtues.
We’re making the planet a better place for cephalopods. It also helps that humans are busily…