On a harp (05/17/17) First Aid Kit, "America." Music that helps us transcend (05/16/17) Attractive illustration from 1892 patent (05/15/17) Beautiful universe.
Keyboard without end (05/23/17) Largest musical instrument in the world (05/20/17) Man turns peanut butter into diamonds (05/19/17) Intriguing. Video documentary (05/18/17) Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D Minor.
Over time, the 2 colors will be evenly distributed between top/bottom half.
Buddhabrot and Logistic Map (09/19/17) Real dandelion seed puffs preserved as they're about to disperse (09/18/17) Breaking News. (09/07/17) This is a fractal object called a Menger Sponge.
Cardioid cam (10/01/17) Combination of patterns and colors trick your brain into thinking this still psychedelic swirl is actually moving (09/30/17) 1964: Seeing dinosaurs from the comfort of a car at the Ford Pavilions Magic Skyway, New York Worlds Fair (09/29/17) Your skull is at top (09/28/17) The myth that humans have exceptionally large brains for their body size (09/27/17) This may be frustrating for those who are obsessed with order and neatness (09/26/17) From sponge to humans (09/25/17) Venn diagram: uppercase letter glyphs are shared by Greek, Latin & Cyrillic alphabets (09/21/17) Cortical atrophy in Alzheimer's Disease, associated with loss of gyri and sulci (09/20/17) Mathematics can be mystical and beautiful. This is beauty and complexity (09/16/17) Bizarre new spiny caterpillar turns out to be a sequence of birds (09/15/17) Creating an ellipse (09/14/17) Identical masses roll down. The cusps of smaller curves have continuous contact with next-larger hypocycloid (09/09/17) On a tautochrone curve, time taken by objects sliding to lowest point is independent of its starting point (09/08/17) How many of these interesting female mathematicians have you heard of?
(Actually, it's an awesome "waterspout".) (05/11/17) On the incredible beauty and mystery of math art using Fourier series (05/09/17) Physicists make it possible to 3D print your own baby universe (05/08/17) The mysterious Soap Bubble Nebula (05/07/17) This is humor dealing with placebo effects (05/06/17) Equilateral triangle converts to a square with only four hinged pieces (05/02/17) Sly spider disguises itself as ant: to eat ants, and to avoid being eaten by ants (05/01/17) Ever wonder what grad students in math do all day?
(05/12/17) Looks like an antediluvian god reached toward Earth, heralding a new age.