Monthly Archives: June 2012

What do you do if the type of person you attract—or are attracted to—isn’t the type of person who makes you happy? Asking for a past life.

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Matt W. Moore via proofmathisbeautiful, junesplanet, ianramsrud, lesboules, pinkjetpack, Share Some Candy (Source: http://www.sharesomecandy.com/2010/07/matt-w-moore.html)

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We are telling kids who are good at school that they have better opportunities than others (and kids that are not good at school that they are doomed). Then we are telling kids who are good at school to stay … Continue reading

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Robert Motherwell via untilasinglesolitonsurvives

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Gender Studies & Mathematics, #2

I’m totally convinced that ∃ more connections between mathematics and the humanities than the university culture I once stewed in would suggest. Probably due to personality differences, but also lack of familiarity with each other’s subject matter, I never saw … Continue reading

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mitochondrion

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multiplicities of freedom demonstrates Chaos Theory in Excel. If he filled in more initial values, you would see a thick bar—like a picture of white-noise. Butterflies flapping their wings in Vermont to change the wind in Hangzhou? A drop of … Continue reading

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