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From math to physics to earth science and biology, computer science … centered around the theme of what scientists, engineers and programmers can do to help save a planet in crisis.

  • By John Baez
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly four posts per month
  • First post on

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Month starting Posts
Feb 2023 4
Mar 2023 10
Apr 2023 7
May 2023 5
Jun 2023 6
Jul 2023 5
Aug 2023 10
Sep 2023 7
Oct 2023 4
Nov 2023 10
Dec 2023 7
Jan 2024 11
Feb 2024 8
Mar 2024 3
Apr 2024 2
May 2024 3

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Most recent posts

Agent-Based Models (Part 10)
We’ve been hard at work here in Edinburgh. Kris Brown has created Julia code to implement the ‘stochastic C-set rewriting systems’ I described last time. I want to start explaining this code and also examples …
On , by John Baez, 951 words
Agent-Based Models (Part 9)
Since May 1st, Kris Brown, Nathaniel Osgood, Xiaoyan Li, William Waites and I have been meeting daily in James Clerk Maxwell’s childhood home in Edinburgh. We’re hard at work on our project called New Mathematics …
On , by John Baez, 1,276 words
Hexagonal Tiling Honeycomb
This picture by Roice Nelson shows a remarkable structure: the hexagonal tiling honeycomb. What is it? Roughly speaking, a honeycomb is a way of filling 3d space with polyhedra. The most symmetrical honeycombs are the …
On , by John Baez, 1,143 words