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Pythagoreans Teaching of the Universe

Pythagoras is the well-known to all of us Greek philosopher, mathematician, geometry teacher and music theorist. It is rumored that he was born around 570 BC and he originates Samos Island. 665 more words


The sound of atoms... The sound of the universe...

What does an atom sound like? Apparently it’s a “D-note”.

That’s according to scientists at Chalmers University of Technology in Göteborg, Sweden, who have revealed in a new study that they’ve captured the sound of a single atom. 171 more words


On disjunction (I)

A good, straight, clear, honest question this morning from one of our company. You keep praising, he said, approximately, work that’s weird, kooky, associative, fragmented, with no clear story or theme or argument to make. 413 more words

Who Invented Pythagoras' Theorem?

It is doubtful whether Pythagoras (c. 570-495BC) was really a mathematician as we understand the word. Schoolchildren still learn his so-called theorem about the square on the hypotenuse (a2+b2 =c2). 68 more words

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Shout out to all my math peeps

Math is really hard but at the same time it is so amazing. You can describe the world and the universe using math and the more you use it the more you understand about all our surroundings. 141 more words


Pythagoras and How His Ideas Can Be Used Today

Pythagoras (569BC – 475BC) was one of histories first recorded mathematicians and one of many ancient Greek philosophers. His practices and teachings could be described as somewhere in the middle of religion and science (Connor and Robertson, 1999) which was unusual and very controversial at the time. 749 more words