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Author Archives: Avery Carr
In the wake of mathematical enlightenment a profound understanding of basic notions bridges the gap between the conceptual and concrete. In many cases, problems that have an exterior of simplicity exploit the boundaries of comprehension and provide insight into extensive … Continue reading
Between the light and darkness of mathematical knowledge exists an ever-extending boundary that pushes the limits of abstraction into the framework of tangible existence. What can and cannot be known converges with each symbol in a collection of coherent logic. Step … Continue reading
The legendary math Universalist, Henri Poincare, once said, “ Mathematicians do not study objects, but relations between objects.” Inspired by subtle patterns that emanate from an abyss of ostensible chaos, mathematicians manifest these words by exploring relations within algebraic and … Continue reading
Patterns are inexplicably tucked under the fabric of natural existence. Sometimes, with keen intuition and a strong analytical skill set, mathematical and theoretical physicists peel away the layers of entrancement exposing an ornate and cohesive structure underlying reality. Whether it … Continue reading