Puzzle: DARPA's 23 |

In *Numb3rs* episode "First Law", DARPA Project Director Jane Karellen
asks Dr. Eppes about his work on Cognitive Emergence, otherwise known as the mathematics of the brain. In real life, Cognitive Emergence
is the #1 item of interest in DARPA's 23 Mathematical Challenges,
a list they published August 2007. In his usual cutting edge manner, Dr. Eppes had already been working on the problem for *years*. Can you match up DARPA-23
related quotes with the episode that they appeared in?

1. Mathematics of the Brain. "With all my cognitive emergence theory work over there we've had to expand out." |
a. Ep 106Prime Suspect |

2. Dynamics of Networks. "Tooner and Vanguard know their communications systems better than we do." |
b. Ep 211Scorched |

4. 21st Century Fluids. "A fluid whose viscosity is variable based on applied stress." |
c. Ep 215Running Man |

8. Beyond Convex Optimization. "Her work in Algebraic Geometry led her to String Theory with a strong connection to Cosmology." |
d. Ep 221Rampage |

10. Algorithmic Origami and Biology. "They're already folding proteins based on your work in Knot Theory." |
e. Ep 309Waste Not |

11. Optimal Nanostructures. "Nanometer Fabrication using Sacrificial Spacer Layers." |
f. Ep 314Take Out |

12. Quantum Computing and Entanglement. "I see you're reading Dr. Preskill's paper on quantum particles and multi-dimensionality." |
g. Ep 402Velocity |

15. Geometry of Genome Space. "Mark V DNA sequencer. Can produce a billion DNA copies in under three hours." |
h. Ep 416Atomic#33 |

19. Settle the Riemann Hypothesis. "He has a novel approach to Riemann's. Elliptic curves yielding powerful prime number sieves." |
i. Ep 502Decoy Effect |

22. Poincare in 4D. "If we add the fourth dimension to the cube, the way we added a third dimension to the square, it becomes a tesseract." |
j. Ep 510Frienemies |