Me and My Friend Found Where the Coolest Part in My Room is Using the Heat Equation Because it is REALLY REALLY HOT OUTSIDE!

In this ground breaking article, Jack and Aaron use partial derivatives and the heat equation to find the coldest part of their room!

Me and My Best Friend Aaron Prove the 3n+1 Problem even though it is a REALLY Hard Problem

In this landmark mathematical proof, two 2nd graders Jack and Aaron create a proof of the Collatz Conjecture

10 Mathematical Series Leaving Netflix This Month YOU GOTTA WATCH BEFORE THEY’RE GONE OR YOU’LL BE A SOCIAL PARIAH!

Here are the MUST SEE mathematical series leaving Netflix THIS MONTH. OMG, if you haven’t seen these yet, better take a Mental Health day to just watch em!

Can you explain your grad school research to relatives over Thanksgiving Dinner?

You are going home for Thanksgiving and your family wants you to explain what you’re studying through this Choose Your Own Adventure

8 Wild Fibonacci Sequence Occurrences Unbelievably Found in Nature!

Here are 8 things that happen to follow the sequence 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, 987, 1597, 2584, 4181…

Novel Techniques for Random Number Generation: Toddler Behavioral Sampling

Using my son Ethan and his friends, we develop methods to use toddlers to generate random numbers for scientific experiments

7 Things Star Trek got Totally Wrong about Exploring Vector Space

Star Trek gets a lot of things right but there are some details that it just totally screwed up when it comes to Vector Spaces

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Op-Ed: Math Wasn’t Created or Discovered. It was Crowd Worked

Since Einstein and probably before that, mathematicians have argued whether math was created or discovered. Nope! It was crowd worked!

Markov Models for Ruining your Weekend: A Comparative Study

These Markov Models allow anyone to ruin their own weekends with almost no household chores. All you have to do is optimize state transition!

How well do you understand Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem?

Ever wonder if you understand the limit of mathematics? Answer these questions and find out if you understand Godel’s theorem on what can and can’t be known about math!