Archive for October, 2011

IntMath Newsletter: 7 billion people, blog carnival, food

In this Newsletter:

1. 7 billion people next week
2. Mathematics and Multimedia Blog Carnival #16
3. Singapore's food vulnerability
4. Why Randomly-Selected Politicians Would Improve Democracy
5. Puzzles
6. Friday math movie: Symphony of Science
7. Final thought: Find your passion

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7 billion people next week

crowd scene
There will soon be 7 billion of us. How can the world sustain population growth on this scale? Do you know how many people there are in the world right now?

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Mathematics and Multimedia Blog Carnival #16

Color blindness test
Read an interesting variety of posts by math bloggers from all over the world.

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Next math carnival will be here on squareCircleZ

The next Mathematics and Multimedia blog carnival will be here next week.

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Singapore’s food vulnerability

Food
Today is World Food Day. Here's how one country plans to improve its precarious food situation.

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Friday math movie: Symphony of Science

The Poetry of Reality (An Anthem for Science)
It's a sad state of affairs when we need to write anthems for science.

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IntMath Newsletter: How to make math interesting, GeoGebra course

In this Newsletter:

1. How to make math class interesting
2. Trigonometry joke
3. Google computational thinking
4. Free online GeoGebra course
5. Math Puzzle: Solution and new one
6. Friday math movie: Intel Schools of Distinction winner
7. Final thought: luck

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