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Visualising numbers (100, 243 and 12) by splitting them into all possible factorisations

Matt Henderson's last work! I couldn't ignore it. This animation is irresistible, indeed.

Here is the code>>
http://pastebin.com/SECMb7UT

Matt Henderson tumblr>> http://blog.matthen.com/


#animation #numbers #factorisation #mathematics #code
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+Stefano Muccinelli Yeah, but unlike Raymond Babbitt, an autistic person, Peek had FG syndrome.
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FG_syndrome).
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A Peeling Dance

Another interesting and elegant animation from +Sean Walker!

What do you see in particular? I'd like much to know your thoughts. ☺



#Seans_animation #animated_gifs #geometric_shapes
A Peeling Dance Well, I hope it's appealing... Worked a long time to try to keep this one smooth and yet keep the file size down. - Sean Walker - Google+
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I'm announcing the news with a little delay given that John F. Nash Jr. died May 23, 2015...

John Forbes Nash, Jr. (June 13, 1928 – May 23, 2015) was an American mathematician whose works in game theory, differential geometry, and partial differential equations have provided insight into the factors that govern chance and events inside complex systems in daily life.

His theories are used in economics, computing, evolutionary biology, artificial intelligence, accounting, politics and military theory. Serving as a Senior Research Mathematician at Princeton University during the latter part of his life, he shared the 1994 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences with game theorists Reinhard Selten and John Harsanyi. In 2015, he was awarded the Abel Prize (along with Louis Nirenberg) for his work on nonlinear partial differential equations.

Source Wikipedia>>
 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Forbes_Nash,_Jr.

#John_Nash   #great_mathematicians   #ABeautifulMind  
The mathematician, 86, and his wife, 82, were killed in a taxicab crash on the New Jersey Turnpike.
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RIP
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The secret of genius...

"The secret of genius is to carry the spirit of the child into old age, which means never losing your enthusiasm."

A quote from Aldous Huxley

Do you agree?

About Aldous Huxley >>
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aldous_Huxley


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+Gianfranco Bo L'aforisma tenta di condensare e non di spiegare. Comunque sarebbe un ottimo esercizio di stile rispondere ad un aforisma con un altro aforisma.☺
Comprendo anche che un aforisma possa suscitare in alcuni il senso dell'umorismo. Dipende dagli aforismi, per quanto mi riguarda. Ad esempio, non suscitano il mio senso dell'umorismo quelli di Schopenhauer o di Nietzsche, e nemmeno quello che ho riportato nel post.

Non avevo colto l'ironia nel tuo tentativo di allargare il concetto di neotenia. Se ci dovesse essere qualche base scientifica a sostegno della tua ipotesi, e ne dovessi venire a conoscenza, non mancherò sicuramente di informarti.

Pace & bene!☺☺☺
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Twisting cubes

Another wonder from bees&bombs.


#cube #geometry #animated_gifs
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Occult shapes

► Credit: bees&bombs


#gif #processing #design #black_and_white #art
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+Art Scott Interesting!
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Halfeti Stunning Black Roses

Turkish Halfeti roses are incredibly rare. They are shaped just like regular roses, but their color sets them apart. The particular soil conditions and pH levels of the groundwater from the river Euphrates cause the roses to fade from deep crimson to black, during the summer. 
They are a Nature wonder!

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/125541474@N08/14257810518/in/photostream/

Halfeti>>
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halfeti


#science #flowers #roses #botany #biology  
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Dog Struggles to Get Giant Stick Across Narrow Bridge

After some attempts, Theo the dog finally manages to succeed at what had once seemed impossible.

This animated gif was excerpted from a YouTube video.

Watch here>>
http://www.tastefullyoffensive.com/2015/05/dog-struggles-to-get-giant-stick-across.html

Gif source>>
http://38.media.tumblr.com/0d5f4f4ece6f4d4bf6d40f555c2caa2a/tumblr_norf3cdeI11s2yegdo1_400.gif


#animals   #dogs  
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Some people will say wonderfull other will say awesome i will say that yout thinkings is aways positive for your art work I associate myself with you
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Geeky PINs 

A comic from http://spikedmath.com/

We specify that the only Munchausen numbers are 1 and 3435 in the decimal system, using the convention  0^n = 0 where n>0.

A Munchausen number is better- known as a perfect digit-to-digit invariant or a Canouchi number.
► See here>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perfect_digit-to-digit_invariant#cite_note-1

#comics #mathematics #geek
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Well I think we all know that if the REAL answer to the "Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe and Everything" had been found, everyone would be enlightened and thus live full, rich and happy lives .........and there would be no need


for psychiatrists.........So the psychiatrists destroyed the ultimate computer that was "Earth" lol
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Using Planet Colors to Search for Alien Earths

This information dates back to 2010 but is still current as well as very interesting. 

NASA scientists grouped the planets of our solar system according to the amounts of red, blue and green light they reflect. When plotted, the planets fall into distinct regions that indicate surface or atmospheric properties. Earth's color and position on the plot is unique. The method works even when the planet is a point source, so astronomers can use it to find earthlike worlds.

In this NASA/GSFC video, UCLA graduate student  Carolyn Crow (as part of Deep Impact Science Team) explains how planetary colors may guide us to alien Earths.>>
https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=26&v=c_6Rz2zmeoI

Image explanation: "NASA researchers analyzed the light reflected by the planets and plotted the results on a "color-color" diagram. By plotting the ratios of red to green light as well as blue to green, the planets cluster into "color families." On the diagram, Earth is easily distinguishable from the other major planets". Credit: NASA/GSFC

Read the NASA news for deepening the information above.>>
http://www.nasa.gov/topics/universe/features/planet-colors.html

#alien_earths #NASA #space_exploration #astronomy #astrophysics #science
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+Sumurusluva Will At last report, we possess every drop of water in this entire sector.
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Electromagnetic Spectrum 

Electromagnetic radiation—from radio waves to visible light to x-rays—travels through space in the form of waves, rising and falling in a similar way to waves rippling across the ocean. The length of these waves helps define their properties and potential uses. Many of these marine creatures and objects, including the 30-meter blue whale or the 2-centimeter pygmy seahorse, can be easily seen with the naked eye. To see objects in the middle of the spectrum, scientists use microscopes and similar devices. At the right end of the spectrum, however, much more sophisticated instruments are required.
 
Brookhaven Lab specializes in exploring materials on the nanoscale, spanning just billionths of a meter. To reveal structural details the size of DNA, we use powerful x-rays produced at the National Synchrotron Light Source II, precise electron microscopes at the Center for Functional Nanomaterials, and a host of other sensitive instruments and techniques. Investigating materials at that scale—from lithium-ion batteries to cell-building proteins—allows fundamental discoveries that can revolutionize our understanding of biology, energy technology, and even the cosmos. In fact, Brookhaven Lab scientists use the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider to explore subatomic phenomena spanning just millionths of a billionth of a meter—too small to even fit onto this graphic.

Text and infographic source, where we can see too a larger version of this graphic>> https://www.flickr.com/photos/brookhavenlab/17380611801/

About Brookhaven National Laboratory>>
http://www.bnl.gov/about/

#Electromagnetic_Spectrum #Physics #Science #marine_life #infographic #light #gamma_ray #microscope
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+Stefano Muccinelli You're welcome, Stefano.
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Rotation wave


► Animation credit: bigblueboo


#gif #processing #black_and_white #orthographic #cubes #generative_design
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Spettacolare! Vedo una zolla di materia in tensione perchè sottoposta a forze di torsione, tutto ad un tratto cede. Ricorda molto da vicino i terremoti.
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I teach mathematics and science and work at educational research.
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I teach mathematics and science and I write for "Scuola e Didattica"- Educational fortnightly magazine in Italian (Editrice La Scuola).

I'm also interested in web 2.0, social network and much more. I love reading, writing, painting, photography, good music, and more.

My posts are prevalently about Science and Mathematics for a general audience, but also about Art, beautiful images/photo and interesting  gifs. I share often scientific news that can be useful to many people.

I would like to look at the profiles of everyone who circles me, but there are too many. ;)
Anyway, I will definitely look at your profile if you engage with my posts.

Furthermore, I am interested in following people who post quality original content, regardless of the number of their followers. 

Instead I am not interested in following people if they never engage with my own content.

If you consider interesting my posts, you can circle me:). I'd like to read your posts and to interact with you here on Googleplus
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I experimented at school a research scholarship in Science, producing approximately over 200 pages of Materials for Science, published by IRRE- ER (Institute of Educational Research Emilia-Romagna, Italy). I was also part, along with 50 teachers selected nationwide, of The SENIS Project, a pilot project from Ministry of National Education for improving the scientific formation of teachers at secondary school. This Project has collected a lot of educational resources, published in a book by Ministry of National Education.
Education
  • University of Salento
    Master's Degree in Physics
  • Classical Lyceum
    Watch: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liceo_classico
  • University of Florence
    Advanced course in methods of communication and networked learning
  • University of Tuscia
    1. Advanced course on assessment/evaluation and managing portfolio. 2. Master in elearning and Learning Object
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