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● Evil – the Math [new study]
● Associations: Penrose Tiling and toilet paper
● Towards a ‘Wrinkly Fingers’ Explanation [study]
● Wild Goose Chase – the math(s)
● Untangling Unknots
● The possibilities of math(s) genes [new study]
● Postulating a mathematical definition of excitement (study)
● Statistics – Missing data can sometimes be ignored, and sometimes not (study)
● A Drunkard’s Walk Around Nice (with a mathematical solution)
● Renewed Interest in Octonions
● Hydroplaning Eider Ducks – the math(s)
● The Hairy Ball Theorem revisited – a newer, shorter, proof
● Associations : LED street-lighting and breast cancer (new study)
● Improving our understanding of Bamboozle Structures
● Why Lawyers Are Nice (or Nasty)
● Generalizing Keeler’s theorem (a.k.a. The Futurama Theorem)
● Prof. Nishiyama – #5 – Boomerangs all round
● On the wobbliness of tables…
● Prof. Nishiyama – #4 – the math(s) of light switches.
● Prof. Nishiyama – #3 – Finger Counting
● Prof. Nishiyama – #2 – The Zen of clutch maintenance (eggs)
● Ghastliness in mathematics
● Classification of Tight-Fitting Bodices (F & M)
● Non-ignor ble mis ingn ss
● Kranakis, Krizanc, and their urinal problem
● Slithering – the math(s)
● Fractal bananas
● Blancmange Function generator
● Neckties and non-linearity avoidance
● Knitting a recursive sweater
● Rating tiddlywinks (statistically)
● Extensions of Differences in Differences (statistics) 1985 – 2011
● Maybe no data? Maybe no problem? (statistics)
● Banana shape(s) – the math(s)
● Bicycle tracks – still being covered
● The Personalities of Numbers [part 1 of 3]
● Xmas code crackers
● The Personalities of Numbers [part 2 of 3]
● The mathematics of somersaults on the trampoline
● The Personalities of Numbers [part 3 of 3]: ‘Weird Numbers’
● Hairy Ball Update 2012
● The Allen-Alchian (theorem) Explains Why the Internet Is Made of Cats
● Hey Maths! (Beatles studies)
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