5 October 2013

Golden Dawn's images

The arrested Golden Dawn members (members of the Greek parliament) and their collaborators maintain (see also here):
The Golden Dawn  has no connection with the German National Socialism of the thirties, but is a genuine nationalist movement. For this very reason the Golden Dawn never formally adopted National Socialist symbols but only ancient Greek ones.
Asked about the Nazi symbols and guns found in his house, an arrested Golden Dawn member claimed that he is just a keeper books of Greek but not German history and the other material are simply collectibles ("I am a known collector".)
To test the veracity of their statements, I searched over the Internet, and found the following.  Click on the images below for larger versions.

Items found in Golden Dawn's members' houses:








Images from old Golden Dawn meetings:



Symbols used now or in the past by Golden Dawn:




Front covers from various issues of their magazine:







Sample articles from their magazine:



 Sources:    1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

2 October 2013

Golden Dawn's faces

These cute faces are from the last few days, when these gentlemen, members of the Greek parliament (Golden Dawn), were arrested. I like their looks. Why do they not like them? I guess they are jealous of them.

And here is a bonus portrait. No, this gentleman was not arrested, but he certainly looks good.


What measure theory is about

It's about counting, but when things get too large.
Put otherwise, it's about addition of positive numbers, but when these numbers are far too many.

The principle of dynamic programming

max_{x,y} [f(x) + g(x,y)] = max_x [f(x) + max_y g(x,y)]

The bottom line

Nuestras horas son minutos cuando esperamos saber y siglos cuando sabemos lo que se puede aprender.
(Our hours are minutes when we wait to learn and centuries when we know what is to be learnt.) --António Machado

Αγεωμέτρητος μηδείς εισίτω.
(Those who do not know geometry may not enter.) --Plato

Sapere Aude! Habe Muth, dich deines eigenen Verstandes zu bedienen!
(Dare to know! Have courage to use your own reason!) --Kant