Zero Breaks the Rules

I wanted to announce my first Campaign on Teespring: Zero. The idea of the campaign is to celebrate the importance of Zero in mathematics. Nowadays it is hard to imagine that Zero was not always considered a number and all the problems this thing might involve. The official description of the campaign is: Show that... Continue Reading →

First Week of School

School started on 15th August in Scotland and on that day I have also started my first year of Secondary Teacher. I think you can imagine how nervous I was on that day and how scared I was about everything. Now that the second week is starting tomorrow, I cannot say that I am better,... Continue Reading →

Codex Silenda : the Book of Puzzles

You know I have been trying to keep you up to date to great Kickstarter projects which are related to mathematics. I think we should support these projects and more people should know about them. This time I have a great puzzle book to present. Codex Silenda: the Book of Puzzles is a five page puzzle... Continue Reading →

Visiting Egypt like a Mathematician

I am trying something a little different for this travel related blog post. I have never presented a country in a post like this, but I think this will be mighty exciting. With no further introduction let us start the post: Ancient Egypt has a long history of mathematical concepts and great mathematicians. It is... Continue Reading →


I have recently discovered another interesting combination of mathematics and art: sliceform. In general, we call a sliceform a 3D shape, which is assembled from flat slices, forming some sort of grid structure. The ones that I have seen on the internet and made out of paper or card board, and rarely metal or plastic. Now with... Continue Reading →

April Favorites

Last day of April today and it is the perfect day of a monthly favorites. This month has proven to be quite hard for me. From 18th I didn't have internet at home and for the first time I realized how dependent I am on this thing. Absolutely everything I do is on the internet,... Continue Reading →

A vintage style map of the Mandelbrot set

With the post on The Mathematical Beauty of Nature in a Coloring Book I have decided to write about other project on Kickstarter which are related to mathematics. I think we should support these projects and more people should know about them . Today I will talk about a vintage style map of the Mandelbrot Set,... Continue Reading →

How you behave when you don’t know?

Last week I have shared on Facebook an old post of mine: a quote (anonymous unfortunately) on what good mathematics really means. This is one of all time quotes on mathematics, but I was incredibly surprised by the huge number of reactions I have received and also a great number of comments and messages about... Continue Reading →

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