## Interest

# Stumblers Who Commented On This Page

## crincled

### Hugo

simple things are magical.

## petronos

### petronos

When you have a headache but you want to kill yourself. (I didn't scroll down.)

## toldyouilearneda

### toldyouilearneda

For equiangular like spirals see page 8

## if6wasnine

### if6wasnine

very cool!

## nunoluciano

### Nuno

Number spirals are very simple. To make one, we just write the non-negative integers on a ribbon and roll it up with zero at the center.

## OrphanSue

### Susan

Interesting!

## cazort

### cazort

Outstanding clarity of exposition! Beautiful!

## Pluha

### Putzu

math is stunning and beautiful!

## MCL1491f

### frankDiscussion2

The chambered nautalis.

## the-fair

### fin

Ooooh! Neat.

## rmg12

### Ross

wow amazing

## Crolda

### Raymond

That's actually pretty neat. It's a good way to visualize relations between primes.

## Damned-Impossibl

### Jim

Details

Numbers on the marked curve are of the form

x2 + x + 41,

the famous prime-generating formula discovered by Euler in 1772.

## SourRust

### Jeremy

This is the power of the spiral

## tzd1234

### Digerati

dont know what this is but it looks cool

## Tearcon

### Aka. SonOfDave.

Complicated yet interesting stuff.

## pandabot

### Kelly

this is the kind of visualization/exploration that would have made me interested in math as a kid instead of how we learned about prime numbers (definition, memorization, regurgitation). It's great because it takes a concept normally tailored to logistic/mathematical thinking and analyzes it in terms of visual/spacial thinking.

## alainjournalist

### Alain Saffel

Very interesting math website. Not sure what use it will ever be to me, but it's cool anyway.

## athams

### athma

cool

## FeralOink

## Feral Oink

I love the Golden Ratio and nautilus shells and spiral staircases. This is a sweet, fun website!