Maths in a minute: The Sydney Opera House Posted on 2019/04/12 by Carl Reply Maths in a minute: The Sydney Opera House

A Proof in the Drawer – with David Eisenbud : Numberphile Posted on 2019/04/11 by Carl Reply A Proof in the Drawer – with David Eisenbud : Numberphile

An analysis of nearly 4 million pitches shows just how many mistakes umpires make Posted on 2019/04/08 by Carl Reply An analysis of nearly 4 million pitches shows just how many mistakes umpires make

Alternative Big O notation Posted on 2019/04/08 by Carl Reply Alternative Big O notation:O(1) = O(yeah)O(log n) = O(nice)O(n) = O(ok)O(n²) = O(my)O(2ⁿ) = O(no)O(n!) = O(mg!)— jwcarroll (@jwcarroll) April 6, 2019

Set definition Posted on 2019/03/27 by Carl Reply A quote by Georg Cantor! #WednesdayWisdom pic.twitter.com/W0bCfjifOo— Center of Math (@centerofmath) March 27, 2019

There are 72 names of French scientists, engineers, and mathematicians engraved on the Eiffel Tower Posted on 2019/03/26 by Carl Reply FUN FACTThere are 72 names of French scientists, engineers, and mathematicians engraved on the Eiffel Tower. Scientists that had long names were excluded from this recognition due to the tower's design. The longest name "Le Chatelier" has 12 letters. Here are all the names: pic.twitter.com/qE33TKZ1ZX— Fermat's Library (@fermatslibrary) March 25, 2019

A fractal impossible object Posted on 2019/03/24 by Carl Reply A fractal impossible object, packed with impossibility at multiple scales!Nidhal Selmi drew this. It's a blend of the Sierpinski triangle, a famous fractal, and the Penrose tribar, a famous "impossible object".Let me explain how it's connected to sheaf cohomology.(cont) pic.twitter.com/hWXQUsMxPJ— John Carlos Baez (@johncarlosbaez) March 23, 2019

Scientists rise up against statistical significance Posted on 2019/03/21 by Carl Reply Scientists rise up against statistical significance