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Matematica e Arte / Math and Art ;  The unexpected math behind Van Gogh’s Starry Night

Matematica e Arte / Math and Art ; The unexpected math behind Van Gogh’s Starry Night

Matematica che forza che bellezza!/ Maths,how strong,how beautiful is!

Matematica che forza che bellezza!/ Maths,how strong,how beautiful is!

Henrietta Swan Leavitt discovered an important relationship between the changing brightness of so-called variable stars and the duration, or period, of their light fluctuations. Leavitt gained little notoriety for it in her lifetime, but this observation proved so fundamental to later discoveries about our place in the cosmos that a number of scholars, including renowned astronomer Edwin Hubble, considered it worthy of a Nobel Prize.

Henrietta Swan Leavitt discovered an important relationship between the changing brightness of so-called variable stars and the duration, or period, of their light fluctuations. Leavitt gained little notoriety for it in her lifetime, but this observation proved so fundamental to later discoveries about our place in the cosmos that a number of scholars, including renowned astronomer Edwin Hubble, considered it worthy of a Nobel Prize.

Animazioni GIF per spiegare concetti scientifici / Maths Animated GIFs.

Animazioni GIF per spiegare concetti scientifici / Maths Animated GIFs.

The Stunning Symbiosis between Math and Knitting [Slide Show] - Scientific American / Simbiosi tra matematica e ricamo

The Stunning Symbiosis between Math and Knitting [Slide Show] - Scientific American / Simbiosi tra matematica e ricamo

Time Is of the Essence… or Is It? What is time? Isaac Newton described it as absolute, but Einstein proved that time is relative, and, shockingly, that time and space are intricately interwoven. Now recent work in string theory and quantum gravity suggests that space and time may not be fundamental. If this is true, what new picture of reality will emerge? By: World Science Festival.Donate to World Science Festival

Time Is of the Essence… or Is It? What is time? Isaac Newton described it as absolute, but Einstein proved that time is relative, and, shockingly, that time and space are intricately interwoven. Now recent work in string theory and quantum gravity suggests that space and time may not be fundamental. If this is true, what new picture of reality will emerge? By: World Science Festival.Donate to World Science Festival

360 Video for Tau Day - Real-Time Reality Video, moving in 360º with your smart phone!!

360 Video for Tau Day - Real-Time Reality Video, moving in 360º with your smart phone!!

Why Do I Study Physics? (2013). A film by Shixie (Xiangjun Shi) Graduation Project at Rhode Island School of Design 2013 A Science Communica...

Why Do I Study Physics? (2013). A film by Shixie (Xiangjun Shi) Graduation Project at Rhode Island School of Design 2013 A Science Communica...

Il grande mistero della matematica / The Great Math Mystery

Il grande mistero della matematica / The Great Math Mystery

What Is the Funniest Number? From the Scientific American blog, Roots of Unity, a bit of levity. Many guesses in the article and the comments. My guess would be 9. The scene in "Ferris Beuller's Day Off" about him being absent 9 times is hilarious

What Is the Funniest Number? From the Scientific American blog, Roots of Unity, a bit of levity. Many guesses in the article and the comments. My guess would be 9. The scene in "Ferris Beuller's Day Off" about him being absent 9 times is hilarious

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