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 To Cheer You Up in Difficult Times 28: Math On the Beach (Alef’s Corner)
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 To Cheer You Up in Difficult times 24: Borodin’s colouring conjecture!
 To cheer you up in difficult times 25: some mathematical news! (Part 2)
 To cheer you up in difficult times 23: the original handwritten slides of Terry Tao’s 2015 Einstein Lecture in Jerusalem
 Alef Corner: ICM2022
 The probabilistic proof that 2^400593 is a prime: a revolutionary new type of mathematical proof, or not a proof at all?
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 The Argument Against Quantum Computers  A Very Short Introduction
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 To cheer you up in difficult times 27: A major recent "Lean" proof verification
 Zur Luria on the nQueens Problem
 To Cheer You Up in Difficult Times 28: Math On the Beach (Alef's Corner)
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Mathematical news to cheer you up
1. Anna Kiesenhofer, a PhD mathematician researching PDEs at Ecole Polytechnique Federale Lausanne (EPFL), won the gold medal in the women’s bicycle road race at the Olympics. Here are two trivia question: a) Which hero of a recent post over … Continue reading
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Timothy Chow Launched Polymath12 on Rota Basis Conjecture and Other News
Polymath12 Timothy Chow launched polymath12 devoted to the Rota Basis conjecture on the polymathblog. A classic paper on the subject is the 1989 paper by Rosa Huang and Gian CarloRota. Let me mention a strong version of Rota’s conjecture (Conjecture … Continue reading
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Mathematical Gymnastics
For the long days of ICM 2014 lectures, and long flights to and from Seoul, some mathematical gymnastics is needed. And this is precisely what Omer Angel taught us in his recent visit. Combining gymnastic with a demonstration of parallel … Continue reading
Another way to Revolutionize Football
The angle of Victoria Beckham’s hat (here in a picture from a recent wedding) is closely related to our previous post on football One of the highlights of the recent Newton Institute conference on discrete harmonic analysis was a football … Continue reading
A Deeper Look at Basketball
This basketball is combinatorially equivalent to? Answer