The 11 most beautiful mathematical equations

Mathematical equations aren’t just useful — many are quite beautiful. And many scientists admit they are often fond of particular formulas not just for their function, but for their form, and the simple, poetic truths they contain.

While certain famous equations, such as Albert Einstein’s E = mc^2, hog most of the public glory, many … Read the rest

Africa Timeline

100 000 BC

Humans begin to migrate from Africa to other parts of the world

8500 BC – 6500 BC

In the Sahara Desert region, the people develop the use of pottery and use it for tools and dishes.

6000 BC

Agriculture develops in the Middle East with focus on barley and wheat. The domestication … Read the rest

THE WORLD’S GREATEST PLACES OF 2023

Gather round, some hot new travel inspo just dropped. TIME magazine has just released its annual list of the World’s Greatest Places, and we’re here to tell you the where, the why and the what behind its picks.

  • A kayak in the Waitukubuli Sea Trail in Dominica.

    Dominica

    Keeping The Caribbean Beautiful

  • Aerial view Sagrada Familia Basilica, Barcelona, Spain.

    Barcelona

    An Iconic Cathedral Nears Completion

  • National park landscape near the Awasi Patagonia lodge.

    Torres Del Paine National Park, Chile

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The Hamptons Homes of Your Favorite Celebrities

The Hamptons are a major hotspot for celebrity real estate. Hollywood’s most famous flock to eastern Long Island every summer to live as only Hamptons celebrities can: soaking up sun on the beach, relaxing in their sprawling mansions, and hitting up adorable farm stands. It’s enough to make us all a little envious. But we … Read the rest

Legalizing Marijuana Is Good For The Environment

Cannabis has medical benefits, it better for your body than alcohol and can calm anxiety – and with larger legalization would be better for the planet

Marijuana is increasing popular and consumer use is creeping up. Gen Z is drifting away from alcohol and embracing weed as a healthy alternative. Michigan just had a $3 … Read the rest

Newfound Mathematical ‘Einstein’ Shape Creates a Never-Repeating Pattern

Creatively tiling a bathroom floor isn’t just a stressful task for DIY home renovators. It is also one of the hardest problems in mathematics. For centuries, experts have been studying the special properties of tile shapes that can cover floors, kitchen backsplashes or infinitely large planes without leaving any gaps. Specifically, mathematicians are interested in … Read the rest

Top 7 Smart Cities in the World in 2023

The United Nations predicts that 70% of the world’s population will be living in cities and urban areas by 2050, meaning emissions and energy usage will continue to rise with every passing year. The need for smarter urban transport networks, environmentally-friendly water disposal facilities, and buildings with high energy efficiency are more critical than ever.… Read the rest

21 Phrases You Use Without Realizing You’re Quoting Shakespeare

William Shakespeare devised new words and countless plot tropes that still appear in everyday life. Famous quotes from his plays are easily recognizable; phrases like “To be or not to be,” “wherefore art thou, Romeo,” and “et tu, Brute?” instantly evoke images of wooden stages and Elizabethan costumes. But an incredible number of lines from … Read the rest