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David Tong: Concepts in Theoretical Physics
An overview of theoretical physics.
How To "Guess" The Amount Of M&Ms In a Jar — We Interrupt...
If you ever wanted to know how to make a really good scientific guess as to the amount of M&Ms in a jar, this is how it's done. If you are too impatient to sit through a short solid state physics background lecture, skip to 3:30 and you will learn al...
Penn Jillette: An Atheist's Guide to the 2012 Election
Penn Jillette rates the various candidates for the U.S. Presidency from the perspective of an atheist.
Words of Wisdom found in Math Formulas
Ricky Gervais... Obviously.
The Atheist Pig - Icky
I'm convinced, that when you get to the heart of the matter, this is the real objection that religious people have to same sex marriage.
"Can't You Atheists Keep Your Opinions To Yourselves?"—No...
Reasons Why I am Vocal about my Atheism
16 Striking GIFs Of Chemical & Physical Reactions
There's a subreddit devoted to GIFs of chemical reactions . They are hypnotizing.
If you know LaTeX, you can get the source files and modify them to make more (interesting / colorful / ...) mathematics posters. If you are inspired to do so, please post them online, link to this page and email me (jipsen(AT)chapman.edu).
Nerd Paradise : Calculating Base 10 Logarithms in Your Head...
Guilloche • subblue
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The Most Beautiful Thing in the World
More beautiful than the Taj Mahal.
Harvard Mathematics Department : Mathematics Courses
Catalog Number: 3857 Enrollment: Normally limited to 15 students per section. Continued investigation of functions and differential calculus through modeling; an introduction to integration with applications; an introduction to differential equati...
NUMB3RS Episode 504: Thirty-Six Hours--Wolfram Research...
NUMB3RS Episode 504: Thirty-Six Hours--Wolfram Research Math Notes
Periodic Table of Elements [Interactive]
Despite all the nuclear fusion that has occurred in stars since the big bang, hydrogen is still by far the most abundant element in the universe, and makes up four-fifths of all ordinary matter. For a while it was touted as the fuel of the future, bu...