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à la recherche du temps perdu

31 Aug 2018 | By Diranlou | Comments Off on à la recherche du temps perdu | Filed in: Journal.

“vous êtes étranger, monsieur?” un homme avec accent sénégalais posais la question. “non! je suis à la recherche du temps perdu, monsieur”, je lui répondis.   Photo by Jon Tyson on Unsplash

I am not the one who accept to be a looser

20 Aug 2018 | By Diranlou | Comments Off on I am not the one who accept to be a looser | Filed in: Journal.

I have been trying to come true the biggest dream of my life for last 5 years. Now I am at almost the last step. Although it is a bit difficult but I am not giving up. As they say, “the moments before the day are the darkest moments of the night”.

It’s only me still enjoying classic music?

18 Aug 2018 | By Diranlou | Comments Off on It’s only me still enjoying classic music? | Filed in: Journal.

It was my ring call for a while: [soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/150140634″ params=”color=#ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&show_teaser=true&visual=true” width=”100%” height=”300″ iframe=”true” /]

Eté 2018 : vit-on une nouvelle révolution sexuelle ?

16 Aug 2018 | By Diranlou | Comments Off on Eté 2018 : vit-on une nouvelle révolution sexuelle ? | Filed in: Journal.

Cet article a été choisi de Radio France Culture, j’espère que vous la désirez. Le temps passe et les affaires de harcèlement sexuels s’accumulent… Un maître bouddhiste en Chine… Une philosophe féministe, Avita Ronell, aux Etats-Unis… Tous deux contraints à la démission, cette semaine… Des prêtres et des nonnes, au Chili… Et en France, des • Read More »

When you accept it you deserve it.

15 Aug 2018 | By Diranlou | Comments Off on When you accept it you deserve it. | Filed in: Journal.

Equality is all about having the chance to choose. if you have no choice, if you have to suffer, if you have to tolerate, if you have to keep silent, and if your words will cost you too much then how can you say this is equality?  Any force to push you back, any force • Read More »

Negative Probabilities

15 Aug 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

I found this great article from 2013 posts of Azimuth blog. I didn’t understand it completely but I should say that is amazing! I really enjoy it. I must read some other times. Negative Probabilities The physicists Dirac and Feynman, both bold when it came to new mathematical ideas, both said we should think about • Read More »

No Such Thing as a Math Person

15 Aug 2018 | By Diranlou | 3 Comments | Filed in: Journal.

She said the popular idea that boys and girls learn differently is “not supported by the neuroscientific literature.” “Most of the things that parents and kids believe about math learning are wrong,” said Dr. Boaler, who is the co-founder of Youcubed, a website that argues for a revolution in math teaching for all children, and offers • Read More »

Blogging for the AMS

14 Aug 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

Do you like blogging? especially math blogging? even more: do you like blogging for the AMS? if so, follow the below instruction: Blogging for the AMS The AMS publishes a variety of blogs addressing topics related to mathematics and the profession. Our volunteer writers offer their particular perspectives as early-career mathematicians, experienced mentors, graduate students, experts in their fields, and more. See a • Read More »

Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM)

14 Aug 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

ABOUT AWM The Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) is a non-profit organization founded in 1971. The purpose of the Association for Women in Mathematics is to encourage women and girls to study and to have active careers in the mathematical sciences, and to promote equal opportunity and the equal treatment of women and girls • Read More »

Make Your Daughter Practice Math. She’ll Thank You Later.

14 Aug 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

“Unfortunately, thinking you’re not very good at something can be a quick path to disliking and avoiding it, even if you do have natural ability. You can begin to avoid practicing it, because to your mind, that practice is more painful than learning what comes more easily. Not practicing, in turn, transforms what started out • Read More »

Mathematical surprises

14 Aug 2018 | By Diranlou | 4 Comments | Filed in: Journal.

As we know only few math discoveries are considered as shocking and unexpected results, in which open great gates instead of only windows, to the mathematician views. . Dave Richeson at “Division by Zero” has listed some of this kind of discoveries: Mathematical surprises Posted by DAVE RICHESON on AUGUST 18, 2010 I’m interested in compiling a list • Read More »

Paul Painlevé, a french mathematician and politician.

14 Aug 2018 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

We have before published a post (here: Only at France, a mathematician could be a politician too) about a french mathematician and politician, Cédric Villani, In which I am sure everybody knows him very well (his website: http://cedricvillani.org/ and Wikipedia: Cédric Villani ). He is not only a mathematician, but also a public figure trying to publicize science. He has traveled • Read More »

Les Radio et TV Francais

12 Aug 2018 | By Diranlou | Comments Off on Les Radio et TV Francais | Filed in: Journal.

Bonjour les amies et les amis J’espère que vous allez bien aujourd’hui. J’écoute les radios francais d’améliorer mon francais. L’une d’elles est France Bleu Paris : très énergique radio que vous ne sentirez jamais que le temps passe. France Culture est l’autre radio que j’écoute beaucoup. J’adore les romans, les films, la music … donc je prends • Read More »

If politicians were mathematicians

11 Aug 2018 | By Diranlou | 2 Comments | Filed in: Journal.

I found this post from 2010! still interesting and looks like an open problem. If politicians were mathematicians Before I start, let me get one thing over and done with: I fully admit that professional mathematicians are as capable as anyone else of making stupid collective decisions. But I don’t want to imagine what the world • Read More »

Math is everywhere, is it not?

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

What I have seen whole during my life is this fact that Math appears everywhere. You could find its footprint in every new revolutionary discover or invention in any branch of human’s thought.  Some are confused why math dose present in every aspect of our life, is it a trick? is it a misunderstanding? or • Read More »

STATISTICS AND POLITICS

11 Aug 2018 | By Diranlou | 5 Comments | Filed in: Journal.

I just by accident find this link which is about STATISTICS AND POLITICS. I don’t know what the topic actually is, but I guess it’s mainly statistics of undergraduate and its applications in behavioral sciences. I put it here only I think it might somebody among my WordPress friends need it. Chapter 8: STATISTICS AND POLITICS • Read More »

Brazil’s top math youtuber: ‘Math Maniac’

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

We should accept that YouTube has being become more and more important website in education. I myself has learnt French only from YouTube. YouTube has a vital role in math education and sharing advanced lecture videos. You don’t need to be at MIT to benefit those lectures! just go online and search in YouTube. Here • Read More »

‘A mathematician without a dream is not a mathematician’

11 Aug 2018 | By Diranlou | 2 Comments | Filed in: Journal.

‘A mathematician without a dream is not a mathematician’ An article from ICM2018.ORG Crowds of international delegates gathered around Caucher Birkar following his plenary presentation at Riocentro this afternoon. Everyone wanted a photo with the Kurdish mathematician, who was awarded a Fields Medal for his contribution to the minimum model program in algebraic geometry last • Read More »