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Math videos, documentaries, lessons, lectures, and movies that are educational and related to mathematics: Mathematics is philosophy and logic for quantities, operations on quantities, and geometry. Mathematics is a
philosophy constrained to universal consistency. In
fact, Mathematics is the only philosophy, or science, if you permit, that
is constrained to universal consistency. This is not necessarily true
of any science. Nature always reveals herself how she is, and not how
we would want her to be, leaving open possibilities of contradiction within
our limits of understanding. For example, it may turn out
that the laws of nature are entirely self consistent. However going in,
there is no way to know and in fact no reason to impose any such
conditions a priori (before the fact) upon her. But the rules of math are always consistent by design. When people say, "math and science," the math always comes first. Math is the language of science and reason. We hope to promote math, science, personal
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with Brian Malow
Science standup comedy, hilarious & provocative!
A must watch, ~MW 

Highly recommended to anyone interested in ideas and thinking outside the box. 
A bust of mathematician Ludwig Boltzmann & reference to mathematician Kurt Godel's intellectual struggle. 
A documentary on this mathematician famous for encoding mathematical concepts and symmetry into his art. A visually stunning spectacle to behold! 
"Drawing Hands" and "Sky and Water" 

"The Method," outlining his integral calculus,
2000 years before Newton & Leibniz.
Archimedes: "Give me a place to stand,
and I will move the Earth!" 

History of the development of mathematics.
Super Fantastic! four 1 hour episodes,
total time: 4 hours 













search for proof of an infinite number of primes and twin primes 

(brief lecture moment) 

Professor Margot Gerritsen's Passion for computational applications of mathematics,
at Stanford University.
(lecture) 

an audio book documentary
Note: written before discovery of Archimedes investigations into integral calculus. 


(Part 1, Part 2) 

"The Elements,"
by Euclid
(Part 1, Part 2) 

(Part 1, Part 2) 

 
