David Fremlin's home page
I have opinions of my own -- strong opinions -- but I don't
always agree with them*.
My University of Essex site at http://www.essex.ac.uk/maths/people/fremlin
has been moved to my mathematical
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How long do things last?, 7.1.18.
The Trump file, 5.1.18.
Poems lifted from various places, 15.11.17.
Income tax returns, 11.6.17.
Conway's Century Puzzle, 31.1.17
Enemies of the truth, 31.1.17.
Things, designs for three-dimensional printing,
Crapaud (or Crapette): a competitive patience
game for two players, 10.10.16.
Knots, 2D and 3D representations for
elementary knots, 6.7.15
If you have the good fortune to be travelling in the north of Portugal,
Rua do Pedrógão, nº5, Vila do Gerês, 4845-075 Geres, Portugal
has self-catering apartments at a reasonable price in an excellent location
with fine views, and in May 2015 the manager gave us outstandingly good
In Kent, west of Maidstone, we can recommend
In Keylong, Himachal Pradesh, John and I were very well treated at the Nordaling Paying Guest House,
tel. (+91)1900 222294 and (+91)94180 45394.
In Zagora, southern Morocco, there is an astonishing garden at Auberge Restaurant Chez Ali, and the
Caravane Mille Etoile agency
provided a wonderful trip to the desert in January 2007.
%In Chiba prefecture, Japan, we have happy memories of the ryokan
Lies, damned lies and
Times headlines, 28.7.13.
Why people hate mathematics, 9.12.12.
The strangled cuckoo.
Why "cockroaches"? Aaron Segal gives the background.
Climate Change: the facts, 14.10.10.
Piano fingerings, 31.10.06.
Peter Singer, Look your dinner in the eye, 7.10.06.
An idea which might be worth trying:
List of characters in "Life and Fate" by
Vasily Grossman, 19.6.05.
Proportional representation with single-member
Fremlin Family Tree to 1900.
My manifesto for the forthcoming
general election, 19.4.05.
attacking Iraq, 3.2.03;
the world's policeman, 21.3.03;
Letters from Guantanamo Bay, 17.7.03;
People the law forgot, 3.12.03;
Iraq: The Real Election, 28.4.05.
I was formerly secretary of the Colchester branch of
Muscular Dystrophy UK.
Book review: Roger Scruton,
"An Intelligent Person's Guide to Modern Culture".
This is a cookie-free, script-free, flicker-free zone.
B'Tselem monitors human rights in
Israel and occupied territories.
A teacher's perplexicon.
The chief blessings of life are a wife to love, children to
care for, a job to do, a house to live in and a sound
Finding 25 Ireton Road.
The paedophile file; what the
News of the World won't print.
See my method for alleviating hay fever.
I slip in a guide to my family's websites: