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Comment on The Maths of Doctor Who #4.2 – “There’s an awful lot of one, but there’s an infinity of the other.” by The 2020 Black Archive Reviews – Part 1 – The Blogger On The Inside
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Thu, 06 Aug 2020 17:33:08 +0000http://thebloggerontheinside.wordpress.com/?p=1140#comment-35[…] The Rings of Akhaten for its sheer level of ambition and originality. It even inspired me to write my own piece on the episode, helping to bridge the gap between my enjoyment of mathematics and the story itself. Clearly, it […]

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Comment on Ten Women in STEM I’d like to see in the next series of Doctor Who by Things To Keep You Sane In Isolation – Time Can Be Rewritten
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Mon, 30 Mar 2020 14:05:43 +0000http://thebloggerontheinside.wordpress.com/?p=1104#comment-29[…] Evan’s blog: Keeping in the Doctor Who world, Evan’s blog nicely marries it with his enthusiasm for maths in a clear and interesting way, even for a complete innumerate like me. His blog on how the Doctor may have accidentally once declared war using the number Pi is especially funny. His latest blog, which coincided with International Women’s Day, takes a look at some important women in STEM, a few of whom I hadn’t heard of before. Available here: https://thebloggerontheinside.wordpress.com/2020/03/08/ten-women-in-stem-id-like-to-see-in-the-next-… […]

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Comment on The Maths of Doctor Who #1 – “I don’t mean edible pie, I mean circular pi.” by The Maths of Doctor Who #2 – “Don’t they teach recreational mathematics any more?” – The Blogger On The Inside
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Wed, 01 Jan 2020 12:35:11 +0000http://thebloggerontheinside.wordpress.com/?p=958#comment-18[…] Another quite interesting fact is that it is impossible to ‘double the cube’, that is to geometrically construct a cube that has precisely double the volume of another cube, since the cube root of two is not a ‘constructible’ number. If you’d like to learn more about constructible numbers as well as the tragically ignored mathematician who discovered this truth, check out my previous maths blog post on Flatline and the number pi here. […]