This is the second of a two-part blog post. If you missed last week’s post, it’s here. So welcome back – this week we get into…

# Maths

## The Science of Symmetry I

Symmetry is found everywhere, in nature and artificial arrangements. This is the first of a two-part blog post about symmetry and chemistry. This week we…

## Science News – July

I thought it’d be nice to talk about some recent developments in Science. So I created a little podcast esc thing.

## Leaning into Proofs

This time last year, I came up with an idea. I wanted to teach my computer how to do Complex Analysis. I wanted to be…

## Hyperion (not the book)

Hyperion is one of Saturn’s many moons. It is also known as Saturn VI for that reason. There are two exciting things about Hyperion; one…

## 19

Today, should, presuming this is going out on the 18th June 2020, be my 19th Birthday. Obviously I am not on my laptop and in…

## Something Different… Greenhouse Mathematics!

This week I present something different. Not my usual ramblings with words, but via a video form!

## The Sentimental Formula

I’m going to say something that may confuse quite a few people, Maths, at least for me, is sentimental and nostalgic. I can remember time…

## Decoding Locks

You are standing outside your house; you use a combination lock as your front door lock. You have forgotten your combination, and it’s started to rain. How do you get into your house in the most efficient way possible?

## Klein Bottle

In 1882, A German mathematician, Felix Klein, sitting behind his desk thought about what happened when you turned a Möbius Loop into the 4th dimension…