Vi Hart plays with mathematics and her food—in this case a treat called Fruit by the Foot: BONUS: The book Cubed Foot Gardening
The recent Improbable article : ‘Welcome to My Brain‘ profiled the work of Dr. Anne Beate Reinertsen PhD, whose paper ‘Welcome to My Brain’ explained the process of ‘Neuroknitting’ – in particular the knitting of Möbius Bands. In this respect the paper cites the work of Dr. Sarah-marie Belcastro (Research Associate at Smith College and a […]
Dr. Anne Beate Reinertsen PhD is associate professor and post-doctoral research fellow in the Department of Education at Nord-Trøndelag University College, Norway. The professor welcomes you to her brain. She offers you this explanation in her paper entitled : ‘Welcome to My Brain’ (in: Qualitative Inquiry, July 12, 2013) “This is about developing recursive, intrinsic, […]
Vi Hart tells, in this video, about a visit to a Möbius world: Interest in things Möbius runs in the Hart family. Vi Hart’s father, George Hart, invented the Möbius bagel.
If you want a 19th century biology professor’s perspective on oysters, twisted or untwisted, you would do well to consult the works of Professor Karl August Möbius, especially his book Die Auster und die Austernwirthschaft. NOTE: Do not confuse Professor Karl August Möbius with August Ferdinand Möbius, the man credited with discovering the Möbius strip.
Would you welcome financial advice, twisted or untwisted, from a man named Mark Mobius? An October 5, 2009 Moneysense article implies that you should. It says: APAFS Chairman, Gerard Cruz added, “Having Dr. Mobius speak about emerging markets is like having Bill Gates speak about the future of computer systems. Powerful people pay to listen […]