
By the way, the story of the cow was motivated by a new feature of Mathematica 10, which now
allows to integrate over objects like cows. Here is an example (which unlike in the Mathematica
documentation does not require you to open a Mathematica notebook but
can be done direct computation with the kernel. You have typed this before the GUI has
only started up. But graphical user interfaces are for pussies anyway.
u=ExampleData[{"Geometry3D","Cow"}];
s=DiscretizeGraphics[u];
NIntegrate[1,{x,y,z} [Element] s]
