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10/52 Halfway through and easily an all time favorite. A deep dive into the nature of consciousness ... connecting the dots between music, art, mathematics, physics, biology, computing, AI, and what it means to have intelligence. This book will make you think, then make you think about thinking.

Today I Learned that there is a rare occurrence in individuals living with ASD and other CNS injuries known as Savant syndrome. The syndrome presents itself through incredible gifts in arts, music, mathematics (and more). Most Savants have excellent memories to accompany their primary gift. ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/artiβ¦

These are modelling tools. Palindrome-tables for approper, Music-iconics for protophorms, puzzle-node for line and empty space referral, operation for bonephase variable math, numeric mathematics for energy cost modelling of value for effects. Each is a small math for description in contexts.

A story of a father and a daughter bonding over the mathematics of cooking food.I have recently released my Music Video "Papa Ki Mathematics" which is a Pop Rap Song where I have interlinked mathematics with food. It's something really pure which is filled with comical raw emotions to connect. youtu.be/9voz0XEVyzQ

I have recently released my Music Video "Papa Ki Mathematics" which is a Pop Rap Song where I have interlinked mathematics with food. It's something really pure which is filled with comical raw emotions. A story of a father and a daughter bonding over the mathematics of cooking food. youtu.be/9voz0XEVyzQ

I have recently released my Music Video "Papa Ki Mathematics" which is a Pop Rap Song where I have interlinked mathematics with food. It's something really pure which is filled with comical raw emotions. A story of a father and daughter bonding over the Mathematics of cooking food. youtu.be/9voz0XEVyzQ

Hey guys, I have recently released my Music Video "Papa Ki Mathematics" which is a Pop Rap Song where I have interlinked mathematics with food. It's something really pure which is filled with comical raw emotions.It's a Story of a Father and a Daughter bonding over the mathematics of cooking food. youtu.be/9voz0XEVyzQ

βI must study politics and war, that our sons may have liberty to study mathematics and philosophy. Our sons ought to study mathematics and philosophy, commerce and agriculture in order to give their children a right to study painting, poetry, music, statuary, and porcelain.β βJohn Adams

The Geometry of Consonance: Music and Mathematics - YouTube youtube.com/watch?v=UcIxwβ¦

OK I'm nerd in both music and mathematics

In Bill & Ted Face the Music (2020), Bill, Ted and their daughters count because they understand basic mathematics.

Has anybody done: Magic, Music, and Mathematics (MAST10020)?

Handbook says it involves essays and assignments throughout the semester without a final exam. Whats the content / difficulty / workload like? Would it make for a straightforward breadth?

Is this tweet correct? βThe average 18 year old student in, say, York in AD 800 (the middle of the so-called "Dark Ages") had read more, knew more languages, was better trained in logic, could read more music, knew more mathematics and astronomy than the average student from a university today.β reddit.com/r/AskHistorianβ¦

I'm Norwegian, I love skiing, swimming, traveling, mathematics, physics, and music. I'd love to hear about some of your interests and hobbies!

Hello.

My name is David. I am from Norway. I am seventeen years old and I currently live in Ohio, USA doing an exchange year at a high school here. As mentioned in the title, I love skiing (downhill and cross-country) and swimming. I like traveling. I have been to 28 (or 29) different countries. I like most subjects at school and learning new things is a great passion of mine.

My favorite subjects in school are mathematics and physics. Though I have never had biology myself, I love learning about that too. I also like chemistry, language learning and pretty much any other class.

I like to play and listen to music. My favorite genres are classical music and (classical) jazz. I play the piano myself. I mostly play classical music. Currently, I am playing *"Clair de Lune"* by Claude Debussy and *"Piano Sonata no. 16 in C"* by Mozart. I have wanted to play the double bass for a long time. It's such a cool instrument and it makes an incredible sound. I probably never will play the double bass though.

I've taken french in school for four years and this year is my fifth, so I have an intermediate comprehension of the language. I have wanted to learn Japanese for a long time, but I never got far with that. I know the Greek and Russian alphabets, I know the basics of the Norwegian sign language, and I know morse code.

As for physics, I find quantum mechanics to be very interesting, but I know very little about it.

I have ADHD and this sometimes makes it hard for me to pay attention in class. I have difficulty reading an entire book because I get restless doing so.

Though I love learning, my grades have never been ideal. I have taken several IQ-tests, most of which being online IQ-tests. I took one of them when I was being evaluated for ADHD. I usually score between 135 and 140.

If you are familiar with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicators, I am a ENTP-A β¦ most of the time. Some days I act very differently than others and it all depends on whom I am with.

Currently I am considering studying either medicine or nanotechnology at Norwegian universities (if my grades meet the requirements...), but, conversely, I am eminently unsure what I want to do.

Lastly, a few fun facts about myself: my great-great-grandfather's first cousin was Edvard Grieg, famous Norwegian composer. He composed famous pieces like "In the Hall of the Mountain King" and "Morning Mood". My great-great-great-grandfather's brother was Ole Bull, another famous Norwegian composer and violin virtuo

... keep reading on reddit β‘We have two universal languages: mathematics, and music. One to describe the universe, and one to describe how we feel about it.

As a unit of measurement, the degree is the most versatile, used with: Temperature, mathematics, music, educational achievement and murder.

"Like poetry and music, mathematics is not an occupation but a vocation"

Taken from here ("Advice to a Young Mathematician", pdf), quotation by BΓ©la BollobΓ‘s.

Do you agree?

Full quotation follows:

>"There is no permanent place in this world for ugly mathematics", wrote Hardy; I believe that it is just as true that there is no place in this world for unenthusiastic, dour mathematicians. Do mathematics only if you are passionate about it, only if you would do it even if you had to find the time for it after a full day's work in another job. Like poetry and music, mathematics is not an occupation but a vocation.

I'm not young nor a mathematician, but I still enjoy studying secretly some mathematics in my spare time...

Fractals Documentary: The Colors Of Infinity by Arthur C. Clarke (1995) Remaster- The Mandelbrot set - someone has called it the thumb-print of God - is one of the most beautiful and remarkable discoveries in the entire history of mathematics. Music by David Gilmour youtube.com/watch?v=WoHGlβ¦

Lecture: The Geometry of Consonance | Music and Mathematics youtube.com/watch?v=UcIxwβ¦

Music students score about one academic year ahead of their non-music peers with regards to English, mathematics, and science skills news.ubc.ca/2019/06/24/muβ¦

Stumbled upon this link, "Mathematics of Electronic Music". It's pretty good stuff. Been making music for 10 years and had some things clarified artsites.ucsc.edu/ems/musβ¦

Serge Lang: "I asked: 'What does mathematics mean to you?' And some people answered: 'The manipulation of numbers, the manipulation of structures.' And if I had asked what music means to you, would you have answered: 'The manipulation of notes'?"

Very cool paper on the mathematics of harmony. Music is a tradeoff between minimizing dissonance and maximizing complexity. advances.sciencemag.org/cβ¦

TIL Childish Gambino had extensive knowledge in painting, sculpting, architecture, science, music, mathematics, engineering, literature, anatomy, geology, astronomy, botany, writing, history, and cartography. He is considered one of the most diversely talented individuals to have ever lived.

Mathematics and Music Composition

After watching this video, the idea of using higher level mathematics such as integral and differential calculus as a vehicle for musical composition struck me. It seems that music theory is primarily based in general arithmetic. I haven't heard of anyone ever taking the derivative of a chord, much less anybody creating functions for music. Are there any experts in this field? Are there any papers on use of higher level mathematics in music? We can also extend this question to include generative music and computational sciences.

An Introduction to the Rodin Coil and Vortex Based Mathematics - 369 (without music) youtube.com/watch?v=MG_2lβ¦

Fields Medal-winner Manjul Bhargava on how music moves his mathematics, βfringeβ science, and his current obsession: a biopic on the maths legend, S. Ramanujan. thehindu.com/opinion/manjβ¦

Any recommended books about music and mathematics or musical acoustics?

Suggestion request: Iβm getting ready to teach a special topics course on the intersections of mathematics and music and would like to make algorithmic composition part of the final project. Any suggestions for open source software that would be good for a general audience? Thanks yβall!

Mathematics and Music

Hello, I am a high school student who has been studying mathematics and music in depth for the past three years via science research projects, the most recent advancing me to the International Science and Engineering Fair.

I have logged over 700 hours deriving equations and writing multiple theorems relating mathematics and music in some ways never before seen.

I was just wondering if you guys would be interested in hearing some of my work. If you guys have any questions about the subject, ask here, and if I get enough responses I will create a new thread talking more in depth of my research.

A brief look at the mathematics/geometry of music and the Circle of 5ths. I saw many parallels to the core ideas of The OA, so thought I'd share. openculture.com/2017/04/tβ¦

If music and painting were taught like mathematics [PDF] maa.org/devlin/LockhartsLβ¦

Mathematics and Music for Middle School?

I run an elective maths/science subject for Year 9 students and am writing up a unit which investigates the links between music and maths. I've found quite a number of resources, but many seem to be pitched at an undergrad level rather than High School.

Has anyone stumbled across any age-appropriate units or resources which could help me develop this unit?

Why do people say there is a connection between music and mathematics?

I never understood it. Does it have something to do with Fourier? Or is it because of the pattern of frequencies?

There is an intimate, if not absolutely essential, relationship between mathematics and music. composition-contest.com/kβ¦

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