Sync
Steven Strogatz

Steven Strogatz shows how living and non-living things could naturally move into synchrony almost defying the law of entropy.

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Steven Strogatz: Sync

February 1, 2004 (almost 11 years ago)

Steven Strogatz shows how living and non-living things could naturally move into synchrony almost defying the law of entropy.

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Source: TED

Arthur Benjamin: Formula for Changing Math Education

February 1, 2009 (almost 6 years ago)

Arthur Benjamin believes that the practicality of statistics should be the pinnacle of the study of mathematics rather than calculus.

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Source: TED

Sean Gourley: Mathematics of War

February 1, 2009 (almost 6 years ago)

Sean Gourley presents an equation that can perhaps help us better understand and ultimately solve wars in the future.

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Source: TED

Marcus du Sautoy: Symmetry, Reality's Riddle

July 1, 2009 (over 5 years ago)

MArcus de Sautoy's talk about the symmetry we find in everyday life leads to better apreciation and understanding of the cryptic language of shapes.

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Source: TED

Sebastian Wernicke: Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics (about TEDTalks)

February 1, 2010 (almost 5 years ago)

Statistician Sebastian Wernicke gives a very witty statistical analysis of TED talks.

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Source: TED

Arthur Benjamin: Mathemagic

February 1, 2005 (almost 10 years ago)

Arthur Benjamin shows his mind's calculating prowess by doing mathemagic in front of a live audience.

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Source: TED

Peter Donnelly: Peter Donnelly Shows How Stats Fool Juries

July 1, 2005 (over 9 years ago)

Peter Donnelly explains the importance of statistical knowledge in making decisions especially in court cases where the jury is presented with statistical facts.

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Source: TED

Benoit Mandelbrot: Fractals and the Art of Roughness

February 1, 2010 (almost 5 years ago)

Benoit Mandelbrot shows how he started to study roughness and its great contribution to the understanding of mathematics.

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