Mathematics stories, books, poems, and more

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Heidegger separates nothing / zero from beings, the Being emerges from this difference between zero and beings. This difference reminds to the man his mortality and because of that it constitutes the cause of the existential angst. In that sense, the question “Why does there exist something but not nothing”… Read More
You see,most students and people hate math.Do you wonder why?Don't worry,this is about the best method of teaching & learning math & science. Read More
Buy it here: This essay says that there is no world formula, i.e. there is no formula that would connect the quantum level to the big cosmos level. No world formula. No connection. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

“From the paradise, that Cantor created for us, no-one can expel us,” (Hilbert, 1925) - 1,000 words. Parental advisory: advanced maths content. Image from Pixabay. Read More

Featured Review by Derina Penn

"Well. This story certainly convinced me that Maths is hard. Daddy. Is there any simpler version of stories for kids? " Read More

Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy are married and settled in Pemberley. Bliss, right? Read More

Featured Review by hullabaloo22

"Haha! Loved it, especially the wavy hedge for the Admiral!" Read More

Book / Fantasy

November 16, 2018

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The The Imaginarium House

A mathematic poem about love containing every sexy prime pair (prime numbers with a difference of six) between 5 and 103. Read More
Intellectual guy and adventurous guy meet a girl trapped in an adventure. Read More
An insightful glance into the perspective-dynamic of the idealistic principle of mathematics as a scientific discipline! Read More
This is a poem I wrote for the late Carl Sagan, a scientist, astronomer and so much more than I have much respect for. He was responsible for many space endeavors and other accomplishments to include the pioneer plaque, Voyager space probe, writing Cosmos and numerous books and essays,… Read More
An interesting thoughtful story featuring a young boy who lost his passion as a result of unfair and selfish attitude of his mentors... Read More
Jonathan never thought that he would meet Samantha the love of his dreams by this unexpected way this story goes through emotional situations and investigations, can Jonathan's scar be the reason that they fell for each other? how did he get this so special scar? please read, like and comment… Read More
A world where no mathematics, looks nice, but life is impossible without mathematics. How? lets see........... Read More
An essay on the famous Enlightenment scientist, philosopher and mathematician Blaise Pascal and his famous philosophical work 'Pensees'. Pascal was the inspiration for my online journal/blog named 'Pensees' and this was the first essay published there in January 2011. Read More
Inspired by Neutral Milk Hotel's 'In the Aeroplane over the sea', this is about mathematics and aesthetics. Read More
Economics has always been a soft science. Who knows what even the rational producer and consumer could possibly think of next? But a few businessmen have an idea. A big idea. (This is part of the same fictional canon as all my other science-fiction) Read More
A brief history of Hypatia, an extraordinary woman who contributed much to science and philosophy in the 4th century. Read More
Mankind has only two choices after science and technology renders the species utterly obsolete and incapable of survival in the future. One choice compels humanity to submit body and soul to a sinister supernatural civilisation, whilst the other impels mankind to submit to a utopian bioengineering paradigm. The first choice… Read More
Science and religion seems to have clashes in several issues. Religion has taken long way to descend to us in present state.The old documents of religion has been interpreted many times by human beings(religious leaders). There fore we can't avoid thinking that there may have co llected lot of faults.Recently… Read More

Poem / Humor

April 05, 2011

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Comments: 5

The Booksie Classic House

a rhyme about mathematics!! Read More
On the edge of our galaxy, a star passes away. Whether due to a flaw in nature, or an aspect of fate, a key hole into our brightest pasts – and our darkest futures – opens for man. Some doors are better left closed, but this is one that Ben… Read More
This is my last essay/memoir under the category of My Old Professor. It basically concerns my struggle with his teachings. Up next is the category of existential considerations, considerations that have helped me survive a rather risky lifestyle. Read More
Cosmology, as a science, limits itself to the study of the universe as a whole; its contents, structure, and evolution. Cosmological beliefs are based on the conclusions drawn from astronomical observations and mathematical models, but they still substantially influence the media and raise public interest. The study of cosmology has… Read More
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