## #Mathematics

##### Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

#### Why the [expletive] can’t we travel back in time? | Ars Technica

If the inability to time travel were a fundamental part of our Universe, you’d expect equally fundamental physics behind that rule.

##### Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

#### Scientists Fed the Fibonacci Sequence Into a Quantum Computer and Something Strange Happened

By shooting a laser pulse imitating the Fibonacci Sequence into qubits, physicists created a new phase of matter far better at maintaing a quantum state.

##### Politics | Narrative

#### Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Says Math, Showing Your Work, Correct Answers Are Racist

As Bill and Melinda Gates aggressively push for the vaccination of the entire world population against COVID, their non-profit organization

##### News | News

#### Israeli Team Wins International Mathematics Competition for University Students

Israeli Team Wins International Mathematics Competition for University Students Israel’s national student team has won the International Mathematics Competition for University Students, Tel Aviv University announced on Tuesday. The global competition in

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#### 'Remarkable' Mathematical Proof Describes How to Solve Seemingly Impossible Computing Problem

You enter a cave. At the end of a dark corridor, you encounter a pair of sealed chambers. Inside each chamber is an all-knowing wizard. The prophecy says that with these oracles’ help, you can learn the answers to unanswerable problems. But there’s a catc

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#### The Ramanujan Summation: 1 + 2 + 3 + ⋯ + ∞ = -1/12?

This is what my mom said to me when I told her about this little mathematical anomaly. And it is just that, an anomaly. After all, it defies basic logic. How could adding positive numbers equal not…

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#### Mathematician Solves Computer Science Conjecture in Two Pages | Quanta Magazine

The “sensitivity” conjecture stumped many top computer scientists, yet the new proof is so simple that one researcher summed it up in a single tweet.

##### Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

#### Meet The Four-Dimensional Numbers That Led to Modern Algebra

Strange, long-forgotten numbers called quaternions are undergoing a revival in computer graphics, math, and physics.

##### Science & Technology | Computer & Coding Tips

#### Be a Better Programmer with these 40 Mathematics Courses

But why we are so scared of Mathematics? Simply It’s because of our high school teaching systems and very less resource to learn from in our early ages. I saw many of friends didn’t understand and…

##### Visual Arts | Visual Arts

#### The Forgotten Dream of the Fields Medal – Math with Bad Drawings

A Nobel for math? Fields wanted nothing of the sort.

##### Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

#### The Most Important Equation In The Universe

Just one equation relates the expansion of space to all the matter and energy we have. If you know this, you can know the fate of the Universe.

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#### Mathematicians shocked to find pattern in "random" prime numbers | New Scientist

Unexpected trends in the last digits of prime numbers mean they are less random than previously thought, much to the surprise of mathematicians

##### Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

#### A New Hope for a Perplexing Mathematical Proof | WIRED

Three years ago, a solitary mathematician released an impenetrable proof of the famous abc conjecture. At a recent conference dedicated to the work, optimism mixed with bafflement.

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#### There's a Hidden Connection Between Pi and Quantum Mechanics

Physicists have uncovered a hidden connection between a famous 350-year-old mathematical formula for pi, everyone’s favorite irrational number, and quantum mechanics. At least one mathematician has pronounced the discovery “a cunning piece of magic.��

##### News | Interesting Stories

#### John Nash, wife, 'A Beautiful Mind' inspiration, die in NJ

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — John Forbes Nash Jr., a mathematical genius whose struggle with schizophrenia was chronicled in the 2001 movie