Danny Hillis responds to
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the other experts say

My rating for the piece is “tan(pi/2)”,
which a mathematician would recognize as a a pathological
transformation of the transcendental.

Murph Goldberger's commentary on Danny Hillis's response:
As you probably know, the tan(pi/2) is infinity, it is simply the vertical y-axis on a standard x-y coordinate system with the horizontal line the x-axis.  I guess he likes your piece!  

Danny Hillis is a (Computer) Scientist and certified genius.

Murph (Marvin) Goldberger has served as President of CalTech, Director of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, and ever patient go-to person for questions on physics and related subjects.  

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