cathlete's Blog

All public blogs written by JetPunk user cathlete.
Summary
# of Blogs 23
# Subscribers 6

Over the past three months, there have been over 250 blogs. Out of the most recent 250 of these blogs, which ones have been the most popular?

Almost everyone knows about the amazing migration journeys of birds across the planet, Salmon at the Atlantic, or the Wildebeests of Africa. But did you know about the marvelous journey that the tiny Monarch butterfly (family) takes each year?

In this seventh blog about interesting mathematical facts/discoveries, we take a look at some "eurekas" in the field of number theory, including some still unanswered questions.

Week 6 of Movie Thursday: The Platform and Dr. No.

Week 5 of Movie Thursday: The Mask of Zorro and Hancock.

Week 4 of Movie Thursday: Rio and Luca.

How much do you know about Catholicism? Enough to earn the badge?

En este blog, se podrá ver unas de las primeras insignias no oficiales de Jetpunk en español.

Week 3 of Movie Thursday: Grease and The Greatest Showman.

Week 2 of Movie Thursday: Batman & Robin and The Princess Bride.

Each year, the SCImago Institutions Rankings evaluates each country's international scientific contributions and publishes a worldwide ranking.

In this sixth blog about interesting mathematical facts/discoveries, we explore the brachistochrone problem.

In this fifth blog about interesting mathematical facts/discoveries, we explore surreal numbers.

In this fourth blog about interesting mathematical facts/discoveries, we explore an interesting intersection of graph theory and cartography.

The people (all like 6 or 7 of them...) have spoken. And I guess I've spoken too.

An opportunity to give recognition to some of those under-appreciated quizzes.

In this third blog about interesting mathematical facts/discoveries, we explore one potential threat to our decimal numeral system.

Thanks to everyone that enjoys and takes my quizzes! To "celebrate," I've created a 100th quiz.

La Iglesia Católica ha tenido mucha influencia en la historia del mundo desde la vida de Jesucristo. ¿Sabía que estas palabras tienen origen católico?

How can I come up with a better March Madness bracket this year? Mathematics to the rescue!

In this second blog about interesting mathematical facts/discoveries, we explore other types of geometries, where seemly weird things can happen.

In this first blog about interesting mathematical facts/discoveries, we explore the sizes of infinity.