## Visualize the Eversion of a Sphere

It is famously possible to continuously deform a sphere until it’s inside out. You have to imagine the sphere is something like a bubble, which can ‘pass through’ itself. This…

Read moreIt is famously possible to continuously deform a sphere until it’s inside out. You have to imagine the sphere is something like a bubble, which can ‘pass through’ itself. This…

Read moreYet another proof of the Riemann Hypothesis (RH) has been proposed by BYU mathematician Xian-Jin Li. Dr. Li posted his proof on the arXiv a few days ago. (Update, 11:05am.)…

Read moreIn more examples of the unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics, there now exists a robust application of group theory to the human spinal cord. Modeling the Human Spine. A few years…

Read moreCan every philosophy seminar be correctly completed in either finite time or infinite time? Here’s a (gödelesque) answer in the negative, in the form of a philosophy seminar I’m calling…

Read moreHave you ever wanted to play a single chess game with two other people? What about with three or four other people? Is it possible to design a chess game…

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