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## Monday, October 25, 2010

Hey everyone, this month I have a bunch of awesome mathematics video lectures from YouTube.

They include: Timothy Gowers's lecture on importance of mathematics. Category theory lectures. Chris Tisdell's Calculus Videos. Patrick JMT's Mathematics Video Lectures. UC Berkeley Statistics. An Amazing Normal Distribution Function Video. Interview with Victor Miller, the inventor of Elliptic Curve Cryptography. Knot Theory. Martin Gardner: The Nature of Things. Moebius Transformations Revealed.

And check out these three websites on famous scientists that my friend Thomas from Belgium created:

Timothy Gowers: The Importance of Mathematics

Video description:
The Importance of Mathematics by Timothy Gowers at The Millennium Meeting (2000).

Video description:
All kinds of category theory videos. Visit TheCatsters YouTube channel for more.

Dr. Chris Tisdell's Calculus Videos

Video description:
Chris Tisdell's YouTube channel has all kinds of calculus videos.

Patrick JMT's Mathematics Video Lectures

Video description:
Math. Math. Math. Math. Thousands more math videos on Patrick's YouTube channel.

UC Berkeley Statistics 21

Course description:
Introductory Probability and Statistics for Business

An Amazing Normal Distribution Function Video

Video description:
Oh wow.

Interview with Victor Miller, inventor of Elliptic Curve Cryptography

Video description:
He invented Elliptic Curve Crypography.

Martin Gardner: The Nature of Things

Video description:
The Nature of Things features an entire piece on Gardner, from his math buddies to the sleight-of-hand circles he frequented. Martin Gardner (born October 21, 1914 in Tulsa, Oklahoma) is in American Mathematics and a Science Writer, but with interests encompassing micromagic, stage magic, pseudoscience, literature (especially the writings of Lewis Carroll), philosophy, scientific skepticism and religion. He wrote the Mathematical Games column in Scientific American from 1956 to 1981 and he has published over 70 books.

Not Knot

Video description:
Not Knot is a guided tour into computer-animated hyperbolic space. It proceeds from the world of knots to their complementary spaces -- what's not a knot. Profound theorems of recent mathematics show that most known complements carry the structure of hyperbolic geometry, a geometry in which the sum of three angles of a triangle always is less than 180 degrees.

Moebius Transformations Revealed

Video description:
A short film depicting the beauty of Moebius Transformations in mathematics. The movie shows how moving to a higher dimension can make the transformations easier to understand.

Have fun with these videos!

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