MathScience

What do daisies and brussels sprouts have in common?

I am totally not a math person. (I’m a lawyer. I don’t need to know math things, right? Right?!? No. *sigh*) But this video is fascinating, even to me. Vi Hart of Doodling in Math Class takes it upon herself to explain the Fibonacci series in nature with markers and …

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MathPsychics

Weird Coincidences

“Luck is probability taken personally.” —Chip Denman Have you ever received a call or a text from someone you were just thinking about? Maybe even someone you haven’t been in touch with for a while? Have you ever dreamed about something before it happens? Or run into someone you know …

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FeminismMathScienceSTEM

Physics, The Colour Pink, and Internalised Misogyny

You may have noticed the recent furor over the gendered science kits for kids in the last week. Pink fluffy beauty-related things for girls, and hyperlaunchers, weird slime, and chemistry & physics for boys. In blue, of course, because that is a boys colour. You know the drill. There are …

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Math

Doodling In Math Class: Squiggle Inception

Vihart is about the best and most coolest Mathemusician out there. Says me, because I love math(s). Watch her squiggle!

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