In 1736 the mathematician Leonhard Euler was trying to find a way to cross every single one of the seven bridges of Königsberg exactly once. He realized that this seemingly banal problem was impossible to solve and in the process he created a new area of mathematics: Graph Theory
RIP, John Conway.
When used as a propeller, a properly calibrated tail can easily launch a dog to a height of over four feet. https://twitter.com/humorandanimals/status/1249690456612655104
macOS/linux/*bsd/*nix be like ...
@email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org @GigaBecquerel@twitter.com If you sample fast enough you get more resolution by averaging samples. Average of two samples gives one more bit. You get log2(N) more bits when you average N samples. The beauty of this is that it works with any initial resolution even if really crappy.
Charles Darwin posting his finding using social media. lol. Taken from "Department of Mind-Blowing Theories" comic book about science for New Scientist magazine https://amzn.to/2Xs28pI
2 of 5 stars to Salvation of a Saint by Keigo Higashino https://goodreads.com/review/show/3277352867
I got A Programmer's Introduction to Mathematics (pdf) on @Gumroad@twitter.com: https://gum.co/pim-book
The goal of teaching should not be to help the students learn how to memorize and spit out information under academic pressure. 🧠
The purpose of teaching is to inspire the desire for learning in them and make them able to think, understand, and question. https://t.co/vkkr8xk853
Helm made a cameo in a new anime by Cowboy Bebop's director. Amazing feat by @email@example.com spotting it in that split second