Category Archives: Belief in Math

The Mathematics of Aliens

Do aliens exist? The evidence is varied across time and across the globe. But mathematicians who study aliens always impress me. These are individuals who firmly stand on the pillar of logical reasoning- mathematics, that is. And yet, they are … Continue reading

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Hunger statistics and click bait rant.

I have a bit of a issue with an article came out a while ago on Cracked.com titled, “6 Insane True Statistics That Laugh In The Face of Logic”. While the title is total click-bait, and I recognize that, it still makes me … Continue reading

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Mathematicians in the big-data spotlight

Mathematicians and statisticians, perhaps with a sprinkle of programming and network science, will be as foundational to the modern workplace as numeracy was a century ago and literacy before that. When I decided to go back to school my father … Continue reading

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