Amount of texts to »mathematics« 96, and there are 39 texts (40.62%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 133 Characters
Average Rating -0.083 points, 6 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 18th 2000, 08:15:18 wrote
Ciccan about mathematics
Latest text on Oct 20th 2016, 23:27:05 wrote
LOL about mathematics
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on Oct 17th 2016, 23:59:54 wrote
Schmidt about mathematics

on Jan 29th 2011, 17:27:55 wrote
Schmidt about mathematics

on Mar 11th 2011, 19:13:02 wrote
Schmidt about mathematics

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Texts to »Mathematics«

le merle blanc wrote on May 15th 2000, 23:13:47 about


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Mathematics: the language of God transliterated into hieroglyphs by dyslexic chimpanzees. One knows it means something terribly important, but even when one has the key to understanding one is led astray by errors in transcription.

Topical68 wrote on May 6th 2003, 20:58:03 about


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The view that all things are defined by mathematics may be true, but seems a cold and unimaginative way to view the world.

Nils wrote on Mar 16th 2001, 21:16:03 about


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»something's going on. it has to do with that number. there's an answer in that number

»11:15, restate my assumptions: 1. mathematics is the language of nature. 2. everything around us can be represented and understood through numbers. 3. if you graph these numbers, patterns emerge. therefore: there are patterns everywhere in nature

»personal note: when i was little my mother told me not to stare into the sun, so when i was six i did.«

-- PI

Gillabug wrote on Jan 5th 2005, 16:08:05 about


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Continuity is a key conception in the history of ideas
in many fields. A form of continuity, under one name
or another, is frequently attributed to processes or
developments in mathematics, science, philosophy,
history, and theology.

the old pirate wrote on Mar 10th 2001, 05:19:20 about


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One teaches scientists about music easiest with the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, because of its mathematical perfection.

Jay wrote on Aug 7th 2005, 13:51:49 about


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I used to hate maths at school, yet later I started to like it. It happened to stand out of the merged nonsense the other subjekts became, pulpified by chippy curriculars and unmotivated teachers.
It became interesting when some year I had a teacher
who was pretty new in his job, he wasn't yet worn out and emotionaly blunted by a lifetime of frustrating repetitions a teacher's career consists of. He managed to make me feel math, to make me feel what great insights lie in it.

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