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Censorship and Facebook

26 Jul 2018 | By Diranlou | Comments Off on Censorship and Facebook | Filed in: Journal.

Facebook has just removed almost all my posts those have been posted by me in different groups including those in my profile. why? because they think those posts are spam. without any extra explanation.  I went to the support box in which is just a name, and tick all those posts as “it’s not spam’. • Read More »

Largest known prime number discovered: Why it matters

24 Jul 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

This article has been chosen from: https://anthonybonato.com In the movie Contact based on the novel of the same name by Carl Sagan, Dr. Ellie Arroway searches for intelligent extraterrestrial life by scanning the sky with radio telescopes. When Arroway, played by Jodie Foster, recognizes prime numbers in an interplanetary signal, she believes it’s proof that • Read More »

Math is not Science!

23 Jul 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

I enjoy reading this article so much. Dan Ashlock is about to show why Math is more similar to humanities rather experimental sciences. I strongly recommend you to read it: Cartoon from the weblog Occupy the Math Occupy Math is a member of the College of Physical and Engineering Sciences at the University of Guelph. • Read More »

Riemann Hypothesis

20 Jul 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

Riemann Hypothesis is one the most challenging mathematical problems that human have ever faced with, still unsolved and seem to be uncontrollable. So everyone naturally will find it important to study . Here I have collected some links those I find easy quick guide for someone, like me, unaware about the technical aspects of it, • Read More »

History of Women Mathematicians

20 Jul 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

At this link you will find an Alphabetical Index of Women Mathematicians As an example of these biography I am about to quote the biography of Maryam Mirzakhani, the first woman who wins the fields medal in mathematics: Maryam Mirzakhani (May 3, 1977 – July 15, 2017) was the first woman to be awarded the • Read More »

Well-Ordering Property of N

20 Jul 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

One of the most challenging theorems in Mathematics, for me, is the well-ordering property of N. You may wonder why, because it is not so hard to understand. Yes you are right, it’s easy! the principle by itself is easy to understand and also you will very soon learn how to apply it. I have • Read More »

Talitha M. Washington

20 Jul 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

This article has been chosen from: Mathematically Gifted and Black Dr. Talitha M. Washington is an Associate Professor of Mathematics at Howard University in Washington, DC, and is currently on detail as a Program Officer at the National Science Foundation. Prior to coming to Howard, she was an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at the University • Read More »

Donald Trump is a sacrifice too.

18 Jul 2018 | By Diranlou | Comments Off on Donald Trump is a sacrifice too. | Filed in: Journal.

People generally talk about president Donald Trump, as he is the only person in the USA who is racist. They think he makes those statements with his own mind with no background of folks’ support. You rarely would see people talking about such politician not following the two pattern of being a fanatic fan or • Read More »

Who will benefit from the rumor of UFOs

18 Jul 2018 | By Diranlou | Comments Off on Who will benefit from the rumor of UFOs | Filed in: Journal.

Each time I read something about UFOs or some aliens, I ask myself who will get the benefit from these kind of rumors? Here is one the answers:  “In July 1947, news reports claimed a “flying saucer” crash landed in Roswell, New Mexico. Almost 50 years later, military reports disclosed the true nature of the • Read More »

Why Math is not a Science?

13 Jul 2018 | By Diranlou | 2 Comments | Filed in: Journal.

I enjoy reading this article so much. Dan Ashlock is about to show why Math is more similar to humanities rather experimental sciences. I strongly recommend you  to read it:  MATH IS NOT SCIENCE   

Largest known prime number discovered: Why it matters

11 Jul 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

This article has chosen from: https://anthonybonato.com In the movie Contact based on the novel of the same name by Carl Sagan, Dr. Ellie Arroway searches for intelligent extraterrestrial life by scanning the sky with radio telescopes. When Arroway, played by Jodie Foster, recognizes prime numbers in an interplanetary signal, she believes it’s proof that an alien intelligence has sent • Read More »

La vie au café

10 Jul 2018 | By Diranlou | Comments Off on La vie au café | Filed in: Journal.

Une association de professionnels du zinc veut faire entrer les bistrots et terrasses de Paris au patrimoine culturel immatériel de l’Unesco. Déjà, en 2010, c’était le repas gastronomique des Français qui avait intégré la liste du patrimoine culturel immatériel. Il ne s’agissait pas en l’occurrence de la haute gastronomie mais du rituel populaire du repas, • Read More »

The Fields Medal should return to its roots

10 Jul 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

Like Olympic medals and World Cup trophies, the best-known prizes in mathematics come around only every four years. Already, maths departments around the world are buzzing with speculation: 2018 is a Fields Medal year. While looking forward to this year’s announcement, I’ve been looking backwards with an even keener interest. In long-overlooked archives, I’ve found • Read More »