Link → ‘JetStream’
→ ‘Malabar Farm’
→ ‘precision agriculture’
→ ‘Joy of Wh(y)’
→ ‘Walter Samuel McAfee (mathematician)’
→ ‘R H Bing (mathematician)’
→ ‘Anna Johnson Pell Wheeler (mathematician)’
→ ‘MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive’
→ ‘Stanford Radio’
→ ‘Mind Your Decisions’
→ ‘Riemann and Kontorovich’
→ ‘Polymer Science Learning Center’
→ ‘Maths Eds (link to math education sites)’
→ ‘python algorithm visualization’
JetStream, the National Weather Service Online Weather School. This site is designed to help educators, emergency managers, or anyone interested in learning about weather and weather safety.
“founded in 2008, we’ve focused on one goal – providing more efficient & effective help to students and teachers … we’ll work hard to be the best study-help website any high school student can find.”
I see a lot of videos; very nice for brushing up on subjects.
Even the free version has plenty of information. Written in a straightforward clear style.
Example topic: https://www.britannica.com/facts/Massachusetts
Malabar Farm is a working historic farm situated in the Pleasant Valley region of Richland County, Ohio, which is located about halfway between Columbus and Cleveland. The terrain is rolling hills dotted with farms. Mansfield is the county seat.
Precision agriculture (PA) is a farming management concept based on observing, measuring and responding to inter and intra-field variability in crops. First conceptual work on PA and practical applications go back in the late 1980s.
Access to comparable market, industry, and country information for over 150 countries, territories, and regions.
The Joy of Wh(y)
The mathematician and author Steven Strogatz interviews leading researchers about the great scientific and mathematical questions of our time.
Doug Peltz, popularly known as Mystery Doug, is an American science communicator and entrepreneur based in San Francisco.
It’s pronounced like “binocular”, and it’s a channel intended to teach math with the help of visuals and animation wherever possible.
The half-derivatives video is a bit haunting.
The Accelerating Universe
by Nobel Laureate Brian Schmidt
Get the big picture and the details in one 50 minute presentation.
Walter Samuel McAfee
Born: 2 September 1914
Ore City, Upshur County, Texas, USA
Died: 18 February 1995
South Belmar, New Jersey, USA
Walter McAfee was an African-American scientist and astronomer, best known for his part in the world’s first lunar radar echo experiments.
R H Bing
Born: 20 October 1914
Oakwood, Texas, USA
Died: 28 April 1986
Austin, Texas, USA
R. H. Bing was an American mathematician who worked mainly in the areas of geometric topology and continuum theory.
Anna Johnson Pell Wheeler
University of South Dakota
Born: 5 May 1883
Calliope (now Hawarden), Iowa, USA
Died: 26 March 1966
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, USA
Anna Johnson Wheeler was an American mathematician. She is best known for early work on linear algebra in infinite dimensions, which has later become a part of functional analysis.
MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive
A free online resource containing biographies of more than 3000 mathematicians and over 2000 pages of essays and supporting materials.
Presenting the newest ideas, research and conversation from Stanford University
The Future of Everything
Mind Your Decisions
“Hey this is Presh Talwalkar. I studied Mathematics and Economics at Stanford and post math problems, brain teasers, interview questions, logic puzzles, viral math problems, and interesting topics suggested by viewers from around the world.”
Riemann and Kontorovich
At the DRIP Conference:
Floating in the Dead Sea with (l-r) Andrew Booker, Roger Heath-Brown,
Tim Browning, Valentin Blomer, Alex Kontorovich
(Photo by Ulrich Derenthal)Dr. Kontorovich’s website
The Riemann Hypothesis Explained
The Riemann Hypothesis: How to make $1 Million Without Getting Out of Bed
Mathematicians Clear Hurdle in Quest to Decode Primes
Alex Kontorovich on the Absolute Truth of Pure Math
The mathematician Alex Kontorovich speaks with host Steven Strogatz about regaining his creative freedom in an intimidating collaboration and about the pleasures of spherical geometry. Surprising insight into the methods and lives of modern mathematicians.
Mathematicians welcome computer-assisted proof in ‘grand unification’ theory
What is the Langlands program?
★★★★★★ (Yes, 12)
Everything you wanted to know about polymers
Everything you didn’t know about polymers
Science, history, chemistry, engineering — exciting, thought provoking, well written — brilliant. Even provides recipes for making polymers at home or in your own lab.
Thank you! to Lon Jay MathisPolymer Science Learning Center
The Macrogalleria: A Cyberwonderland of Polymer Fun (Kids and Adults)
Tyler Texas Weather
Located in Tyler, Texas, we provide real-time weather conditions, forecasts, and radar images along with additional beneficial information and resources regarding our local weather and climate. We also display several views of our East Texas weather via our live streaming webcams.
Thank you! to Steve FitzgeraldHere’s the website
https://www.tylertexasweather.com/index.htm Article about Steve Fitzgerald More info
A collection of links to radio and podcast episodes (in English) with a mathematics bent — to inspire teachers to inspire, to feed the minds of our young mathematicians in the making, or, simply, to entertain.
python algorithm visualization
A brilliant collection of python routines by Chris Laffra showing 50 basic computer science problems. After logging in via Google, the user can change the run speed, step-by-step watch the program and output, and modify the program — thought-provoking.
The Talk via YouTube
Thanks, Chris — good work.
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