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Meet the Math Professor Who’s Fighting Gerrymandering With Geometry

From the Chronicle of Higher Education: Meet the Math Professor Who’s Fighting Gerrymandering With Geometry, an interview with Dr. Moon Duchin, an associate professor of math and director of the Science, Technology and Society program at Tufts. 326 more words


Stellar Interiori

‘...One becomes Two, Two becomes Three...
And out of the Third comes One as the Fourth...’
- Mary the Prophetess.

Plate One of Duvet’s Apocalypse. 558 more words

The Silent Eye

120: Z Order

Z order is a map between 1-dimensional and n-dimensional space which does a decent job of preserving locality (“closeness” between points).

The calculation of Z order from 1 to 2 dimensions is extremely straightforward. 163 more words


US, Boston, long exposure of the skyline, Instagram.


Letter to Calculus

Dear Calculus,

I pick my pen from a basket of roses after so long and I trust you are doing well, if so doxology.

The impression you gave us in the beginning was that you were all we would ever need. 296 more words



Manoussos Chalkiadakis is one of Greece’s most talented ceramicists.

See more of Manousos’ work HERE