1952 interview with Russell, born in 1872, who talks about how his grandfather visited Napoleon on Elba in 1814 Posted on 2020/10/26 by Carl Reply Here you are in 2020 watching a 1952 interview with Russell, born in 1872, who talks about how his grandfather visited Napoleon on Elba in 1814.Puts human history in a different perspective. pic.twitter.com/A6VjLxfn5p— Tamás Görbe (@TamasGorbe) May 11, 2020

Good Notation Posted on 2020/10/26 by Carl Reply "A good notation has a subtlety and suggestiveness which, at times, make it almost seem like a live teacher" – Bertrand Russell (1872–1970) pic.twitter.com/OICC24CHbR— Fermat's Library (@fermatslibrary) October 26, 2020

Probabilité de rencontrer au moins un Covid+ dans un groupe de N personnes en fonction de l’incidence Posted on 2020/10/26 by Carl Reply Petite figure du matin : probabilité de rencontrer au moins un Covid+ dans un groupe de N personnes en fonction de l'incidence.Actuellement, pour toutes les activités >25 personnes, on est dans le rectangle supérieur droit pic.twitter.com/1wX4GQk8I7— Matthieu Mulot (Lebiostatisticien) (@Nibor_Tolum) October 26, 2020

Mathematics, physics, geometry, carving, carrots Posted on 2020/10/26 by Carl Reply Mathematics, physics, geometry, carving, carrots. Source: https://t.co/I7EeinM3Us pic.twitter.com/BpfR5Nk6s1— Cliff Pickover (@pickover) October 25, 2020

Trick OR Treat Posted on 2020/10/26 by Carl Reply #ハロウィン でわかる論理演算 #Halloween pic.twitter.com/jDpGG001xC— 宮元一賢⌬Kaz Miyamol (@38mo1) October 24, 2020

Almost all real numbers are transcendental, yet it wasn’t until the middle of the 19th century that their existence was proven. Liouville’s constant was the first example. Posted on 2020/10/25 by Carl Reply Almost all real numbers are transcendental, yet it wasn't until the middle of the 19th century that their existence was proven.Liouville's constant was the first example. pic.twitter.com/1QpCr9O4ib— Tamás Görbe (@TamasGorbe) October 25, 2020

In 1937, the French mathematician Victor Thébault discovered that if you construct squares on the sides of any parallelogram, their centers form another square when connected Posted on 2020/10/25 by Carl Reply In 1937, the French mathematician Victor Thébault discovered that if you construct squares on the sides of any parallelogram, their centers form another square when connected pic.twitter.com/Tj24QjNCAY— Fermat's Library (@fermatslibrary) October 25, 2020

In 1991, Harvey Dubner discovered a prime with a total of 6,400 digits: all 9s except one 8 Posted on 2020/10/21 by Carl Reply In 1991, Harvey Dubner discovered a prime with a total of 6,400 digits: all 9s except one 8. Here's the precise value pic.twitter.com/huJHxCeo2d— Fermat's Library (@fermatslibrary) October 21, 2020