Tag Archives: Mathematics

The star of david and fractals –

Fractals never stop surprising me. More then any other form of art fractal pictures are the art of the unexpected, derived from the universal Chaos. So imagine my surprise when I saw this strict geometrical orderly sign – the six-pointed … Continue reading

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Sierpinski Tetrahedron metal sculpture – Breckenridge, Minnesota

During the summer of 1993, Breckenridge Senior High School mathematics instructor Stan Goldade enrolled in a course called “Chaos Theory” at the Geometry Center on the University of Minnesota campus. There he learned how to model fractals with computer programs … Continue reading

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Sacred geometry and architecture in iran -

Persian architecture emphasized on Beauty, and by means of Sacred Geometry Persians measured the proportions of heaven and reflected them in the dimensions of buildings on the earth. By using mathematics, Iranian architecture has achieved a high level of beauty and … Continue reading

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King’s Cross Station in London, United Kingdom

Looking at the interior design of King’s Cross Station in London, you have to  admire the sacred geometry and fractal mathematics applied there. The water fall  like pillar coming from the top in a wonderful way and shape.     The steel … Continue reading

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M.C. Escher: More Mathematics Than Meets the Eye

As a teenager, number theorist Hendrik Lenstra was fascinated by the mathematical themes of M.C. Escher’s artwork. A few years later, however, he lost his early enthusiasm for the Dutch artist, finding real mathematics “much more exciting.” Today, Lenstra is … Continue reading

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Stephen Hawking

  Stephen Hawking is the former Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at the University of Cambridge and author of A Brief History of Time which was an international bestseller. Now Director of Research at the Institute for Theoretical Cosmology at Cambridge, his other books … Continue reading

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