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 (about 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 (about 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 (about 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 (almost 6 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 (about 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 (about 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 (almost 10 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 (about 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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