Mr. Dael's World of Mathematics is a place where students and parents can get information about his mathematics classes at Alexander High School.
It is also a place to find out interesting facts about mathematics.
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This is really amazing.
This camera can capture photons of light in slow motion 📷
This is a really interesting animation about water.
Every day you drink dinosaur p*e.
This is the weird world of water…
sciencealert.com A series of new animations by a NASA scientist show just how zippy – and also how torturously slow – the sp*ed of light can be.
It's a big, big galaxy out there.
mersenne.org Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search - Finding world record primes since 1996. GIMPS is an organized search for Mersenne prime numbers using provided free software.
I like this.
Too bad we were not in school today.
Happy e day! In celebration of Euler's number, today, 2/7/18, is known as e day. How will you celebrate?
This is a very attractive question.
sciencedaily.com A collaborative computer project has discovered the largest known prime number. The new prime number is nearly one million digits larger than the previous record prime number, in a special class of extremely rare prime numbers known as Mersenne primes.
Every physics student at Alexander HS should be able to answer this question.
brilliant.org Learn about and practice Classical Mechanics on Brilliant
This is really cool.
Robert Lang is a physicist who worked at NASA studying lasers and has 46 patents on optoelectronics to his name. However, that's not what he's best known for now: he's a legend in the world of origami. His intricate designs are second to none, and they actually have applications back in engineering.
how a mathematician counts sheep :)
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This is an interesting video from the Science Dump explaining the difficulties in sending a spacecraft plunging into the surface of the sun. https://youtu.be/LHvR1fRTW8g
Listen to "The Paradox of Choice" for free at http://www.Audible.com/minutephysics This video is about the orbital mechanics of why it’s so hard to crash int...
I hope that after taking my class that the magic component is reduced to about 5%.
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Vivid glowing auroras in Jupiter’s atmosphere! Our Hubble Space Telescope spotted this stunning light show. This observation program is supported by measurements made by our Juno spacecraft, which arrives at Jupiter on Monday. While Hubble is observing and measuring the auroras on Jupiter, Juno is measuring the properties of the solar wind itself; a perfect collaboration between a telescope and a space probe. More: http://go.nasa.gov/2952FBl
Auroras are created when high-energy particles enter a planet’s atmosphere near its magnetic poles and collide with atoms of gas.
Stretching exercises for the body and the brain!
Math is an art, I've always known it. :D
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thesportbible.com We love it
Do you want to know how deep the ocean is?
This is just shocking!
DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME!
phdcomics.com Link to Piled Higher and Deeper
I am wondering if we can go surfing on these waves?
Bigger news than Trump. https://t.co/0uyr6jOTv5
Ye Olde Periodic Table
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One of the tragedies of mathematics.
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Named Scientist of the Year for her work in BioAcoustic Biology, Sharry Edwards, MEd., is the pioneer in the study of Human BioAcoustic Biology. Her 30 years of research is being used at the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology and Sound Health in Albany, OH.