Numbers

9.15.18

Researchers Discover a Pattern to the Seemingly Random Distribution of Prime Numbers

The pattern has a surprising similarity to the one seen in atom distribution in crystals.

3.14.17

Meet the Artists Who Want the "Pi Project" to Become the Biggest Installation in the World

Chris Klapper and Patrick Gallagher’s 'Pi Project' will see them track, over decades and across the globe, a near endless series of sculptures based on pi’s numerical sequence.

9.9.16

Meet the Woman Who Logged Every Detail of Every Date She Went on for Two Years

I assumed Carin Fishel would have discovered the secret to dating, so I called her for advice.

6.15.16

How Metal Is Your City?

You won't believe which city tops the list (seriously, it's a shocker).

5.9.16

A Non-Supernerds' Guide to Radiohead's New Album, 'A Moon Shaped Pool'

You have questions. We have answers.

4.28.16

How to Tell When Statistics Are Bullshit

We asked Tim Harford, host of statistics podcast More Or Less, how we can find out when newspapers and politicians are being liberal with the truth.

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11.26.15

The Wait is Over: Denis Sulta's "It's Only Real" is Finally Getting Released

At last you can listen to the tune you've been hearing everywhere all year.

11.22.15

The Price of Art: Printed and Framed

Covet art at the price you are willing to pay.

7.21.15

We Asked an Expert Why Shark Attacks Are on the Rise

Mick Fanning's shark attack is the latest of dozens this year. What the hell is going on?

6.27.15

Your Dating Insecurities Are Big Data Artists' Paint

Beautiful visualizations of human life emerge in the works of data artists Fernanda Viégas and Martin Wattenberg.

6.23.15

Kornél Kovács Straight Up Smashes His First EP on Numbers, 'Radio Koko'

The Studio Barnhus co-founder's massive release is made for the magic hour.

6.15.15

Bonnaroo 2015 by Numbers: Left Sharks, Slayer Porta-Potties, and Memories That Last a Lifetime

Sets of porta-potties spotted with the word “Slayer” written across them: Two.

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