Glasser’s function Posted on 2022/01/20 by Carl Reply Glasser’s function New post: Glasser's functionhttps://t.co/gJeC8l1tLm pic.twitter.com/viTtFesfPz— Analysis Fact (@AnalysisFact) January 20, 2022

‘Mathematics is an experimental science, and definitions do not come first, but later on.’ — Oliver Heaviside Posted on 2022/01/20 by Carl Reply 'Mathematics is an experimental science, and definitions do not come first, but later on.' — Oliver Heaviside— Analysis Fact (@AnalysisFact) January 19, 2022

Knuth is making backwards incompatible changes to fix bugs in something he wrote 54 years ago (TAOCP volume 1, 1968)! Posted on 2022/01/20 by Carl Reply Knuth is making backwards incompatible changes to fix bugs in something he wrote 54 years ago (TAOCP volume 1, 1968)!https://t.co/ecOf6PmSKc pic.twitter.com/ky0Bcey6Xa— Russ Cox (@_rsc) January 19, 2022

Two finite fields of the same order must be isomorphic Posted on 2022/01/20 by Carl Reply Two finite fields of the same order must be isomorphic.— Algebra Etc. (@AlgebraFact) January 19, 2022

‘At any moment there is only a fine layer between the ‘trivial’ and the impossible. Mathematical discoveries are made in this layer.’ — Kolmogorov Posted on 2022/01/20 by Carl Reply 'At any moment there is only a fine layer between the 'trivial' and the impossible. Mathematical discoveries are made in this layer.' — Kolmogorov— Algebra Etc. (@AlgebraFact) January 18, 2022

Marian Rejewski, Jerzy Różycki and Henryk Zygalski are the “Hidden Figures” of the Enigma story Posted on 2022/01/20 by Carl Reply Marian Rejewski, Jerzy Różycki and Henryk Zygalski are the "Hidden Figures" of the Enigma story. https://t.co/izWuVufN6L— Wojtek44 (@Wojtek_44) January 16, 2022

Groups, intuitively Posted on 2022/01/20 by Carl Reply Groups, intuitively I wish I had taken Abstract Algebra from @mattmacauley when I was in college. Here’s how he teaches it: https://t.co/j41XzPkFOT. In contrast, when I asked my teacher what I should think about when I think about groups, he said, “Think about the axioms.” pic.twitter.com/h08gM1rGYE— Steven Strogatz (@stevenstrogatz) January 9, 2022

What does it mean to take a complex derivative? (visually explained) Posted on 2022/01/20 by Carl Reply

The balls are going straight Posted on 2022/01/20 by Carl Reply The balls are going straight. pic.twitter.com/WfZf6FKLMo— Lissage Angels (@lissageangels) January 13, 2022

A Crab Claw Posted on 2022/01/20 by Carl Reply Fact is fact, this is a crab claw. Source: https://t.co/eHmTgOShHE pic.twitter.com/SeWMriiz2j— Simon Kuestenmacher (@simongerman600) January 13, 2022