An introduction to Bayes theorem, a powerful way of thinking that can influence the way you see the world and allow you to reveal the truth. A very limited use of percentages and probabilities are used to illustrate the ideas.
Today I intend to present an elegant piece of mathematics which through it’s simplicity can give insight into seemingly disordered systems, along with producing imagery that looks more like a magic eye than mathematics.
In this post we consider the details of light, particularly the path it takes from A to B. Elementary science tells us this should be a straight line, so this should be a short article?
Today we have a simple post which will break down Newton’s laws of motion so even the layman can understand them inside out (hopefully). Mathematical formula will be introduced, though no previous knowledge of mathematics is required to follow this through.
A technical post exploring simple harmonic motion. Some knowledge of mathematics is required for full comprehension – but don’t let that put you off. We are always on hand to answer any questions.
Mathematics is the unspoken language of nature, in which we must strive to achieve fluency if we are to bask in the richness of the universe in which we are marooned.
Schrödinger’s cat walks into a bar. And doesn’t.
There may be more than one way to skin a cat; but why are we skinning cats at all?
Zeno’s paradoxes; a paradox much older than Christ which the ancients loved to muse on. Intuition and logic at odds; but how do you resolve this mystery? Snared in the logic trap.
My personal silence is broken; I must apologise for the low level of activity on my part I have been very busy finishing up the first year of my second […]
I read something the other day, in material I had paid for which caused my great anguish. In explaining the concept of infinity it was written “[infinity] is the largest […]