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 Journeying through the fractal slopes of mount Meru with twoseeded recursive sequences
 Some pictures relating to incidence of tuberculosis and AIDS
 Cobwebs on the golden hyperbola and parabola
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 Some personal reflections on Carl Gauss, Bernhard Riemann and associated matters
 The two squares theorem
 Constructing a regular heptagon with hyperbola and parabola
 Infinite bisections required for trisection of an angle
 Sine rugs
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 Doubling the cube with ellipses
 A superficial look at national population density and some life history features
 Some biological analogies for certain sociopolitical issues
 The magic of the devaogdoad
 Marching onward in the American spring but where to?
 The upper story in a few pictures
 Trigonometric tangles3: the fractals
 Euler’s squares
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 A prefatory narrative
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 Some visions of infinity from the past and our times
 Āryabhaṭa and his sine table
 Euler and Ramanujan: primes, near integers and cakravāla
 Early Hindu mathematics and the exploration of some second degree indeterminate equations
 The Rāmāyaṇa and a pararāmāyaṇa in numbersI: epic as religion
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Monthly Archives: March 2017
Some visions of infinity from the past and our times
The great Hindu mathematician and astronomer BhāskaraII’s work preserves a highpoint of Hindu knowledge. His work contains ideas that are often seen as characterizing “modern” scientific understanding i.e. what in the west would seen as starting with Leibniz and Newton … Continue reading
Posted in Heathen thought, History, Scientific ramblings
Tagged bhAskara, Devil's staircase, fractal, fractals, geometry, infinity, mathematics, Minkowski, nested structures, philosophy, questionmark function, religion, zero
Āryabhaṭa and his sine table
Everyone and his son have written about Āryabhaṭa and his sine table. Yet we too do this because sometimes the situation arises where you have to explain things clearly to a layman who might have some education but is unfamiliar … Continue reading
Posted in Heathen thought, History, Scientific ramblings
Tagged AryabhaTa, astronomy, Hindu mathematics, Hindu science, history of science, mathematics, siddhAnta, sine table, sines, trigonometry
Euler and Ramanujan: primes, near integers and cakravāla
Mathematician Watson who worked on the famed notebooks said regarding some of Srinivasa Ramanujan’s equations: “a thrill which is indistinguishable from the thrill which I feel when I enter the Sagrestia Nuovo of the Capella Medici and see before me … Continue reading
Posted in Scientific ramblings
Tagged almost integers, diophantine, e, Hindu mathematics, mathematics, Monstrous moonshine, near integers, Pell, pi, Ramanujan