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Möbius transformations revealed

Möbius transformations revealed is a neat a short video by Douglas Arnold and Jonathan Rogness, and it’s shared under a creative commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 license. It depicts the beauty of Möbius transformations and shows how moving to a higher … Continue reading

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Whitney Music Box

Whitney Music Box: a musical realization of the motion graphics of John Whitney as described in his book “Digital Harmony”.The thirteen variations of the music box are the result of Whitney’s idea of harmonic relationships, based on audio, graphics and … Continue reading

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The Hundred Greatest Theorems

The Hundred Greatest Theorems At a mathematics conference in July, 1999, Paul and Jack Abad presented their list of “The Hundred Greatest Theorems.” Their ranking is based on the following criteria: “the place the theorem holds in the literature, the … Continue reading

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Sci-Philately – A Selective History of Science on Stamps. Make a short and amusing travel through the history of astronomy and cosmology, chemistry, mathematics, biology, atomic bomb, geology, Nobel Prizes, electromagnetic theory, genetic, evolution, physics and modern physics with stamps.

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Pi Approximation Day

Happy Pi Approximation Day? This is new for me. PS.: ainda falando sobre Pi, há um trabalho que fiz sobre o filme Pi e a esquizofrenia que está disponível em PDF nesse link.

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Bathsheba Grossman

The artist Bathsheba Grossman makes fantastic sculptures and models exploring the region between art and mathematics. Her work is about life in three dimensions: working with symmetry and balance, getting from a zero point to infinity, and always finding beauty … Continue reading

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Este é um dos fractais que ganhei há alguns anos. Ah, você não sabe o que é fractal, fractais são figuras da geometria não-Euclidianas. O termo foi cunhado por Benoit Mandelbrot, matemático francês nascido na Polônia, que descobriu a geometria … Continue reading

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Still talking about Math

Renato Machnievscz who sign my blog and see the other topic, Somethings about Math, and suggest this site: MacTutor History of Mathematics. That site have some biographies of mathematicians and use those informations to tell somethings about Math History. Thanks … Continue reading

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Somethings about Math

The whole thing is a number. Pythagoras For curious people, for those who likes Math or for people who likes new links, Mathematical Atlas: A gateway to Mathematics is a good place to visit. The site is a collection of … Continue reading

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Lewis Carroll

‘Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wade; All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe. “Beware the Jabberwock, my son! The jaws that bite, the claws that catch! Beware the Jubjub bird, … Continue reading

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