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Russell's Paradox - a simple explanation of a profound problem (28:28) ~ Jeffrey Kaplan
submitted 7 months ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
The Strange Number System Where Infinity Is Tiny (33:06) ~ Veritasium
submitted 3 months ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
Without calculus, can we prove sin x = x - x³/3! + x⁵/5! -...?
submitted 1 year ago by Alan_Crowe from youtube.com
How a Mandelbrot set (very surprisingly) arises from Newton’s work
submitted 1 year ago by zyxzevn from youtube.com
Top Secret Math: There's a negative zero, but don't tell the peons
submitted 7 months ago by [deleted] from en.wikipedia.org
Dear Al Gebra
submitted 7 months ago by zyxzevn from i.imgur.com
How many here are working on interesting projects?
submitted 1 year ago by kiwiheretic from self.Mathematics
When Descartes Challenged Fermat (and Lost)
submitted 8 months ago by Alan_Crowe from youtube.com
How to write an Eulerian fluid simulator with 200 lines of code.
submitted 9 months ago by Alan_Crowe from youtube.com
The Most Important Algorithm Of All Time (26:32) ~ Veritasium
submitted 11 months ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
Researchers thought this was a bug (Borwein integrals) - 3Blue1Brown
submitted 11 months ago by zyxzevn from odysee.com
The Enormity of the Number TREE(3) Is Beyond Comprehension. It is theoretically possible to solve the proof with finite arithmetic and demonstrate that TREE(3) is not infinite—you just couldn't solve the proof in a lifetime, or even in the lifetime of the universe.
submitted 1 year ago by Chipit from popularmechanics.com
Kissing numbers: Surprises in Dimension Four
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from mi.fu-berlin.de
LEGO proof assistant
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from dcs.ed.ac.uk
Fermat's Last Theorem - the proof explained
Are accuracy and punctuality features of white supremacy? It is now being suggested that many of the things which have created modern civilisation are no more than aspects of racism. Among these are the desire to be objective, arrive on time and carry out accurate mathematical calculations.
submitted 1 year ago by Chipit from youtu.be
The History of the Natural Logarithm: How Napier just wanted to calculate and ended up integrating the hyperbola
Professor Sir Timothy Gowers' 2012 lecture: Hilbert's Dream
The forgotten Einstein: how John von Neumann shaped the modern world. Colleagues who knew both von Neumann and his colleague Albert Einstein said that von Neumann had by far the sharper mind, and yet it’s astonishing, and sad, how few people have heard of him.
submitted 1 year ago by Chipit from archive.ph
First non-abelian Group you know ?
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from self.Mathematics
Berry's Paradox - An Algorithm For Truth (18:33) ~ Up and Atom
submitted 2 years ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
The Simplest Math Problem No One Can Solve (22:08) ~ Veritasium
The Moessner Miracle. Why wasn't this discovered for over 2000 years? (25:38) ~ Mathologer
Pendulum wave machine, 振り子波 (2:12) ~ veproject1
Sage Mathematical Software System
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from sagemath.org
Non-stop Corona holocaust style cremations cast doubt on India's counting of COVID dead
submitted 2 years ago by RuckusChan from reuters.com
The Sleeping Beauty Problem (4:16) ~ Julia Galef
Attractively animated prelude to the logistic map and Feigenbaum Constant
submitted 2 years ago by Alan_Crowe from youtube.com
The Riemann Hypothesis, Explained
submitted 2 years ago by zyxzevn - announcement from youtube.com
The Cistercian monks invented a numbering system in the 13th century which meant that any number from 1 to 9999 could be written using a single symbol.
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from twitter.com
Math Inspector - A Visual Programming Environment for Scientific Computing
submitted 2 years ago by zyxzevn from mathinspector.com
The Great Trigonometrical Survey and the World's Tallest Peak (11:18) ~ The History Guy: History Deserves to Be Remembered
submitted 2 years ago by [deleted] from en.wikipedia.org