Monthly Archives: August 2017

Have you ever wanted to precisely know why you love something? The first time one experiences Baahubali, it feels like a gigantic wave crashing on the shores of one’s mind. The end-result is an overwhelming feeling of being drenched in awe. But what if you had that little wish to feel every droplet touching your skin? […]

via Baahubali – On the Mathematics of Evoking Emotions — Nandini Karky’s Musings

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From The Telegraph Sarah Knapton, Science Editor 24 August 2017 • 7:00pm A 3,700-year-old clay tablet has proven that the Babylonians developed trigonometry 1,500 years before the Greeks and were using a sophisticated method of mathematics which could change how we calculate today. The tablet, known as Plimpton 332, was discovered in the early 1900s […]

via 3,700-year-old Babylonian tablet rewrites the history of maths – and shows the Greeks did not develop trigonometry — Watts Up With That?


Don’t try to make life a mathematics problem with yourself in the center and everything coming out equal. When you’re good, bad things can still happen. And if you’re bad, you can still be lucky. -The Poisonwood Bible

via The mathematics of life — The new-ness


Next week, Blake Pollard and I will talk about our work on reaction networks. We’ll do this at Dynamics, Thermodynamics and Information Processing in Chemical Networks, a workshop at the University of Luxembourg organized by Massimiliano Esposito and Matteo Polettini. We’ll do it on Tuesday, 13 June 2017, from 11:00 to 13:00, in room BSC […]

via The Mathematics of Open Reaction Networks — Azimuth


Today’s scientists have substituted mathematics for experiments, and they wander off through equation after equation and eventually build a structure which has no relation to reality.”— Nikola Tesla First published July 22, 2007 (http://milesmathis.com/death.html) In the 20th century, physics underwent a transformation. No one would deny that. But normally the transformation is credited to Relativity […]

via Death by Mathematics… — We see as through a glass darkly


The business world is buzzing over Amazon’s $13.7 billion purchase of Whole Foods. CTH has received requests for opinion. Amazon stockholders may not like the perspective. (Via CNN Money) The online retail giant announced Friday that is buying organic grocery chain Whole Foods (WFM) for $13.7 billion in cash. The deal values Whole Foods at […]

via Amazon Purchases Whole Foods For $13.7 Billion (Cash)… — The Last Refuge


Objectives Please be candid in your responses. The information you provide will allow me to begin to create a foundation for our work together. My goal is for you to receive the optimum results from our coaching relationship. In order for us to focus on the most important issues you would like to have results […]

via Business Coaching Intake — Nicole Wright LLC


Optimistic leaders – don’t you just hate them? You know, the type of person who always sees the best in a near impossible or difficult situation and constantly views life through rose tinted glasses, never admitting the potential pitfalls in anything. The type of person who always says “the answer is yes, what’s the question?”http://www.coaching-blog.com/success-story-business-coaching-leadership-life-optimism-optimism-influences-success/

via Success Story in Business Coaching Leadership, Life & Optimism ~ How Optimism Influences Your Success – Coaching Blog – Professional Coaching Training — Noble Manhattan Ltd.


Harvard University has pinpointed some important aspects affecting the recent growth in the use of business coaching. Maybe personal coaching could be an attractive solution and alternative to training for one of your managers? Here’s some interesting business coaching news. What’s yours? If you have some please share it. https://stephenp.dk

via Great Coaching News — Stephen P. Business Coaching


Optimistic leaders – don’t you just hate them? You know, the type of person who always sees the best in a near impossible or difficult situation and constantly views life through rose tinted glasses, never admitting the potential pitfalls in anything. The type of person who always says “the answer is yes, what’s the question?”http://www.coaching-blog.com/success-story-business-coaching-leadership-life-optimism-optimism-influences-success/

via Success Story in Business Coaching Leadership, Life & Optimism ~ How Optimism Influences Your Success – Coaching Blog – Professional Coaching Training — Noble Manhattan Ltd.



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