(Miami Beach.) (08/30/17) Sometimes the beauty of nature reminds us of mathematics. Red=high) (08/28/17) Mechanically separated chicken slurry to create chicken nugget (08/27/17) Imagine the joy of playing Faeries Aire and Death Waltz, the worlds' most unplayable score (08/26/17) An animation of Mars orbit (08/25/17) This is humor from Mark Tatulli involving a mathematical child. French woman, on bench, with hat, smoking cigarette. 2-D cyclical cellular automaton growing to repeating patterns from a random start (08/22/17) Dream about higher dimensional worlds with someone you love.
(Royal Albert Hall, London, 1932 (08/17/17) This is a 1601 depiction of sailors battling Giant Crabs in Indian Ocean (08/16/17) Using your eyes only, which one consists of a single piece of rope that has its ends joined (08/15/17) A dust devil spins across the surface of Mars (08/14/17) It is possible to use the natural contours of nature to amplify smartphone sounds (08/13/17) Body of phone case is a sound chamber.
Rhodochrosite crystal (08/29/17) Global Internet usage. This is a 4-dimensional hexdecahedroid (08/21/17) Rise and Fall of the Ottoman Empire 1300-1923 (08/20/17) Dragonflies posing for a photo (08/19/17) Skeleton Shop, London, 1935 (08/18/17) A woman grasping a huge organ.
(09/02/17) Wordsworth Donisthorpe filmed London's Trafalgar Square traffic in 1890; these are the surviving 10 frames. "Missing paint on these weights shows a bell-curve distribution for what people select." (08/31/17) Oh, the horror.
Over time, the 2 colors will be evenly distributed between top/bottom half.
From: Instrumenta chyrurgiae et icones anathomicae, by Ambroise Par.
No One Knows How to Use It (11/10/17) An Infinite Galaxy Puzzle That Can Be Built in Any Direction (11/03/17) Mechanical hand.
(Just kidding) (01/05/18) Fun image of a "Complex Carbohydrate" (01/04/18) The technical paper "On nonrecoverable deletion in syntax" has no content, on purpose (01/03/18) Coffee mug with optical illusion spatial geometric design.
1310 (01/09/18) Woman controls the marionette of herself who feeds the squirrel. (01/08/18) This is the alligator-mouth math function (01/07/18) Hyper-dimensional pool (01/06/18) Discovered: evidence of ancient aliens.
Buddhabrot and Logistic Map (09/19/17) Real dandelion seed puffs preserved as they're about to disperse (09/18/17) Breaking News. (09/07/17) This is a fractal object called a Menger Sponge.
Cardioid cam (10/01/17) Combination of patterns and colors trick your brain into thinking this still psychedelic swirl is actually moving (09/30/17) 1964: Seeing dinosaurs from the comfort of a car at the Ford Pavilions Magic Skyway, New York Worlds Fair (09/29/17) Your skull is at top (09/28/17) The myth that humans have exceptionally large brains for their body size (09/27/17) This may be frustrating for those who are obsessed with order and neatness (09/26/17) From sponge to humans (09/25/17) Venn diagram: uppercase letter glyphs are shared by Greek, Latin & Cyrillic alphabets (09/21/17) Cortical atrophy in Alzheimer's Disease, associated with loss of gyri and sulci (09/20/17) Mathematics can be mystical and beautiful. This is beauty and complexity (09/16/17) Bizarre new spiny caterpillar turns out to be a sequence of birds (09/15/17) Creating an ellipse (09/14/17) Identical masses roll down. The cusps of smaller curves have continuous contact with next-larger hypocycloid (09/09/17) On a tautochrone curve, time taken by objects sliding to lowest point is independent of its starting point (09/08/17) How many of these interesting female mathematicians have you heard of?
(11/26/17) Something is special about the mind of Indian mathematician Ramanujan (PDF) (11/25/17) Shortest scientific paper ever published in serious journal. Finland, circa 1940 (11/23/17) "Snowdecahedron" with its pentagonal faces (11/22/17) The Painted Weevil (Eurhinus magnificus), a stunning species with metallic emerald, gold, copper, ruby exoskeleton (11/20/17) Gaze in awe The famous Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan (1887-1920) gave us some beautiful formulas for Pi (11/19/17) Amazing garden sculptures in Montreal (11/18/17) A predecessor to our GPS devices in cars: The Tom Tom! 1932 (11/15/17) Chicks dig Star Wars BB8 droids (11/14/17) Wisdom of Bertand Russell (11/13/17) "The Open Office is disruptive, stressful, cumbersome.