sentences theorems around. That’s my life. I write a sentence theorem and then I turn it around. Then I look at it and I turn it around again. Then I have lunch. Then I come back in and write another sentence theorem. Then I have tea coffee and turn the new sentence theorem around. Then I read the two sentences theorems over and turn them both around. Then I lie down on my sofa and think. Then I get up and throw them out and start from the beginning. And if I knock off from this routine for as long as a day, I’m frantic with boredom and a sense of waste.
With thanks to “The Ghost Writer” by Philip Roth
Currently I am involved with research in graphs with bounded degree , enumeration, randomness, and applications of graph theory in chemistry.