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  1. How time does PASS

    ... right. We are pleased too that the editorial mix we used ( features , career interviews , puzzle , news and reviews ) has ...

    plusadmin - 26 Jul 2018 - 13:51 - 0 comments

  2. Einstein right on time

    ... The twin paradox (see http://plus.maths.org/issue36/features/aiden ) is related. If a twin stays at home and lives for 10 years on ...

    plusadmin - 25 Jul 2018 - 13:46 - 4 comments

  3. 'Meta math!'

    ... By Gregory Chaitin The current issue of Plus features the article Omega and why maths has no TOEs by the same author, ...

    plusadmin - 26 Jul 2018 - 07:49 - 0 comments

  4. Cognition, brains and Riemann

    ... suggests that number, space and time aren't so much features of the outside world but more a result of the brain circuitry we ...

    Marianne - 25 Jul 2018 - 13:46 - 2 comments

  5. Euler's polyhedron formula

    ... it down in words. It turns out that it is described by two features. The first is that Platonic solids have no spikes or dips in them, so ... seven edges: http://plus.maths.org/content/os/issue43/features/kirk/proof but as I could barely follow *that* one, that's all ...

    plusadmin - 26 Jul 2018 - 13:51 - 72 comments

  6. Changing the face of science

    ... The face transformer manipulates your facial features so that you look older, younger, like a different ethnic group or even ... example the eyes, mouth, cheek bones etc. Around 160 facial features are identified. These feature points are used to divide the image into ...

    plusadmin - 27 Jul 2018 - 04:53 - 0 comments

  7. Looking out for number one

    ... model alphabetic data. See http://plus.maths.org/issue9/features/benford/ regarding numeric data. Using logs with base 27, the ...

    plusadmin - 27 Jul 2018 - 04:53 - 4 comments

  8. No place like home for Martin Rees

    ... look through their telescopes, they see so far that features not visible to us on our familiar earthly scale become apparent. Here ... that the surface of the ocean is smooth - there are lots of features in it but on a large scale we can talk about average properties. And ...

    plusadmin - 25 Jul 2018 - 19:46 - 0 comments

  9. What is a black hole – mathematically?

    ... you characterise a black hole so simply, with just a few features, such as mass and size? One of the reasons why black ...

    Rachel - 26 Jul 2018 - 22:52 - 4 comments

  10. Maths and art: the whistlestop tour

    ... work is this link: http://plus.maths.org/content/os/issue9/features/lyapunov/index Great wright up by the way, using it in next week ...

    plusadmin - 26 Jul 2018 - 07:49 - 9 comments