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Why Mathematicians Love 69,720,375,229,712,477,164,533,808,935,312,303,556,800

Why Mathematicians Love 69,720,375,229,712,477,164,533,808,935,312,303,556,800

Hey this is Presh Talwalkar. Here’s an email I received slightly edited for presentation in this video. Hi, I’m Chunie, a senior high school student in the Philippines (grade 11), big fan of yours on YouTube. Can you please solve this? I’m curious about this smallest number for which all numbers 1 to 100 are […]

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The Best (and Worst) Ways to Shuffle Cards – Numberphile

The Best (and Worst) Ways to Shuffle Cards – Numberphile

Question is How many times do you have to shuffle the cards – a deck of cards – to mix it up I mean by shuffling probably what you mean by shuffling Cut ’em about in half; you go like that; you push ’em together Right and how many times do you have to do […]

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economy & science @diwokiel19

economy & science @diwokiel19

Our German friends have been able to attract the public in discussions in the streets, in the marketplaces. So we’re definitely going to take that back home. I’m up to see the first conference in Kiel in terms of Game Development. I’m actually really impressed that, for the first Game Development conference, this is really […]

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Science Queers Academy – La graduación – S01E06

Science Queers Academy – La graduación – S01E06

[previously] During the makeover, you have to interview them. Ok, mitophagy and autophagy. I was studying a rare children disease. I have flunked science, but you have flunked gay. I’m preparing the eyelashes. Uh, fake lashes? Yes. [she laughs] It’s a faggots world. We confirm it. She is Cinta Lynn Perversión. We’re introducing Chantal Zheimer. […]

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How to fuel the future | The Economist

Oil moves the world around and creates powerful countries. Oil is such a vital commodity that it provoked wars throughout the 20th century. The few countries that produce it try to keep control of it to ensure its riches stay at home. Those who do not have it, strive to get it. In the 1930s, […]

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Welcome to Scientist.com

I am fond of saying we’re an overnight success 10 years in the making. We’ve truly become a global company, we have our offices in San Francisco, in San Diego, we have offices up and down the East Coast in Boston, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Washington DC, we’ve expanded to England Spain, France, Germany, Belgium and […]

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MIT Professor Walter Lewi’s Physics 801 Lecture 1

MIT Professor Walter Lewi’s Physics 801 Lecture 1

i want to win i will be your lecturer disturbed in physics we explore the very small toward a very large the very small it’s a small fraction of a pro comp and a very large universe itself baseband fourteen wife orders over magnitude awam we sporty wife to express measurements quantitatively we have to […]

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Abstractionism (philosophy of mathematics) | Wikipedia audio article

Insulin should be cheap. Here’s why it’s not.

– I have type one diabetes. My body doesn’t process glucose properly, which it needs to power muscle tissue and other pretty critical things, like my brain. What I don’t have is insulin. A hormone secreted by the pancreas that helps cells take up glucose in the blood. That means for the past 15 years, […]

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