by Anna Stech | Jul 8, 2016 | Mathematics, Videos

Did you know that it is possible to cut a solid ball into 5 pieces, and by re-assembling them, using rigid motions only, form TWO solid balls, each the same size and shape as the original? This theorem is known as the Banach-Tarski...
by Anna Stech | Apr 28, 2016 | Biology & Chemistry, Culture & the World, Mathematics, Physics, Videos

Science has unravelled some of the world’s greatest mysteries, but it can’t explain everything. Why is it that we dream? And will we ever know what lies ahead after death? Do you like to read about science, technology, psychology, personal development or health? There...
by Anna Stech | Apr 23, 2016 | Mathematics, Videos

To infinity and beyond! Wait, but how? Vsauce host Michael Stevens explains how to count past infinity and why 40 is the biggest number to give viewers a new and interesting perspective on the scope of mathematics. Are you on Aweditoria? Aweditoria is a new social...
by Anna Stech | Apr 20, 2016 | Mathematics, Videos

The whole deal with dice is that they have even surfaces, right? It’s the only way to make sure that each face has an equal chance of ending upwards. Well, not exactly. Watch videoand find out how could a dice like this ever be fair? Do you like to read about...
by Jc Van Zijl | Mar 8, 2016 | Articles, Mathematics

What are the prime factors, or multipliers, for the number 15? Most grade school students know the answer — 3 and 5 — by memory. A larger number, such as 91, may take some pen and paper. An even larger number, say with 232 digits, can (and has) taken...
by Anna Stech | Mar 1, 2016 | Mathematics, Videos

Which is the biggest, largest, meanest and most terrifying number ever to be conceived? This is not a trick question Do you like to read about science, technology, psychology, personal development or health? There is a new social network called Aweditoria that is...