Ramanujan’s shocking connection between infinite series, continued fraction, e, and pi. https://t.co/hTvsFjUYiC
“The greatest shortcoming of the human race…” https://t.co/mrfV8fHIMX
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Mathematics, mystery, and beauty. Science fiction writer Greg Egan explores Klein’s quartic curve. Info: https://t.co/5QZ5qfDJh8 https://t.co/vxW6rouuD1
Fuzzballs are what you get when you apply to string theory to intensely dense objects. If we apply this idea to black holes, we get a new version of what happens at an event horizon.
Really excited for Twitter Math Camp NYC this week! Every single session sounds cool and compelling. #mtbos #iteachmath https://t.co/5wMEHxmMMD
A few preview slides from my talk… https://t.co/6wW21v25WA
It has been suggested the code be indented according to the Fibonacci sequence. 🙂 Source: https://t.co/8VfS44nmEp https://t.co/h5G6BlZzSi
The mathematician Caucher Birkar was born on a subsistence farm and raised in the middle of the brutal war between Iran and Iraq. After fleeing to England, he has gone on to impose order on a wild landscape of mathematical equations.
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