This video is directly from the Bonnaroo 2010 stream, but as soon as I saw it I had to ask if the constructivist t-shirt that Alan Palomo wore (the patterns are decidedly constructivist the words are Lenin, Revolution and some others I could not see, spelled out in Russian) is in an inadvertent head nod to Vladimir Arnold who had just passed away. Vladimir Arnold was a rare individual in that he bridged the study of mathematics with the understanding of the purpose of science in our lives. There is an excellent obituary written for him by Choire Sicha at The Awl and also linked by him there is an even better treatise written by Vladimir on the importance of the study of math to any individual and nation. I don’t think Neon Indian meant to invoke the term Innumeracy in their set, but they made a nice tribute song for a man who believed in better fundamentals.