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.
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.
Trump's Trouble with Numbers Is America's Problem Now
The new administration's insistence on exaggeration and fuzzy math is a bad sign for the next four years.
What’s the Difference Between a Billion and a Million, Anyway?
The transatlantic number confusion continues.
susy.technology Are the Montreal Collective Making Music for the Approaching Singularity
Following sets at Canada's most groundbreaking electronic festivals, the duo behind Sibian & Faun discuss their new audiovisual group.
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.
Pop Art Alphabet Made from Circuit Boards, Fruit, and Tools
New Delhi-based graphic designers took up the ‘36 Days of Type’ challenge and the results are colorful and inventive.
Mathematicians Still Years from Verifying Nightmare 500-Page Proof
Shinichi Mochizuki's proof of the abc conjecture remains an enigma.
Deep Ass Questions
How Metal Is Your City?
You won't believe which city tops the list (seriously, it's a shocker).
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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.
Physicists Cut Through the Randomest Randomness of Large Quantum Systems
Even quantum dice are loaded.