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 To cheer you up in difficult times 21: Giles Gardam lecture and new result on Kaplansky’s conjectures
 Nostalgia corner: John Riordan’s referee report of my first paper
 At the Movies III: Picture a Scientist
 At the Movies II: Kobi Mizrahi’s short movie White Eye makes it to the Oscar’s short list.
 And the Oscar goes to: Meir Feder, Zvi Reznic, Guy Dorman, and Ron Yogev
 Thomas Vidick: What it is that we do
 To cheer you up in difficult times 20: Ben Green presents superpolynomial lower bounds for offdiagonal van der Waerden numbers W(3,k)
 To cheer you up in difficult times 19: Nati Linial and Adi Shraibman construct larger cornerfree sets from better numbersontheforehead protocols
 Possible future Polymath projects (2009, 2021)
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 To Cheer You Up in Difficult Times 15: Yuansi Chen Achieved a Major Breakthrough on Bourgain's Slicing Problem and the Kannan, Lovász and Simonovits Conjecture
 To cheer you up in difficult times 21: Giles Gardam lecture and new result on Kaplansky's conjectures
 TYI 30: Expected number of Dice throws
 8866128975287528³+(8778405442862239)³+(2736111468807040)³
 The Argument Against Quantum Computers  A Very Short Introduction
 Answer: Lord Kelvin, The Age of the Earth, and the Age of the Sun
 Amazing: Zhengfeng Ji, Anand Natarajan, Thomas Vidick, John Wright, and Henry Yuen proved that MIP* = RE and thus disproved Connes 1976 Embedding Conjecture, and provided a negative answer to Tsirelson's problem.
 Possible future Polymath projects (2009, 2021)
 Photonic Huge Quantum Advantage ???
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Category Archives: Art
To cheer you up in difficult times 18: Beautiful drawings by Neta Kalai for my book: “Gina Says”
In 2009 I wrote a book “Gina Says” that appeared here on the blog, about the adventures of “Gina” in the blogsphere. In 2017 the book (edited and shortened a little) appeared in “world scientific.” The most important additions were … Continue reading
To cheer you up in difficult times 16: Optimism, two quotes
A timely quote “If there’s so much shit around, there has to be a pony somewhere.” Arundhati Roy, The God of Small Things and Give me a couple of years free from other duties, and I shall complete the task … Continue reading
Alef Corner: Math Collaboration
Another artistic view by Alef on mathematical collaboration. Other Alef’s corner posts
Alef’s Corner: Math Collaboration 2
Other Alef’s corner posts
Alef’s corner: Bicycles and the Art of Planar Random Maps
The artist behind Alef’s corner has a few mathematical designs and here are two new ones. (See Alef’s website offering over 100 Tshirt designs.) which was used for the official Tshirt for JeanFrançois Le Gall’s birthday conference. See also … Continue reading
Alef’s Corner: TShirts
The artist behind Alef’s corner has now a website offering over 100 Tshirt designs. In addition to a few pictures related to mathematics there are many in a few other categories: “Jazz,” “Urban,” “Nature,” “Signature design,” and “Sea”. Here are … Continue reading
Alef’s Corner: Garbanzo Poisson process
Alef’s previous corner: There is still a small gap in the proof.
The World of Michael Burt: When Architecture, Mathematics, and Art meet.
This remarkable 3D geometric object tiles space! It is related to a theory of “spacial networks” extensively studied by Michael Burt and a few of his students. The network associated to this object is described in the picture below. … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Combinatorics, Geometry
Tagged Architecture, Branko Grunbaum, Michael Burt
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Updates (belated) Between New Haven, Jerusalem, and TelAviv
This is a (very much) belated update post from the beginning of March (2016). New Haven I spent six weeks in February (2016) in New Haven. It was very nice to get back to Yale after more than two years. Here … Continue reading