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Apparently, American Apparel is a porn site
A Swedish blogger compares American Apparel's pictures of men and women wearing the same unisex shirt, and finds some differences.
The Theoretical Minimum
"The Theoretical Minimum is a series of Stanford Continuing Studies courses taught by world renowned physicist Leonard Susskind. These courses collectively teach everything required to gain a basic understanding of each area of modern physics including all of the fundamental mathematics."
There's also a book.
The Paradox of the Proof
On August 31, 2012, the brilliant Japanese mathematician Shinichi Mochizuki posted four papers on the Internet. The claim was audacious: he said he had proved the ABC Conjecture, a famed number theory problem that had stumped mathematicians for decades, and whose proof would be so powerful that it would automatically unlock many legendary math puzzles, including Fermat’s last theorem.
The papers were unreadable. After working in isolation for more than a decade, Mochizuki had built up a structure of mathematical language that only he could understand. To even begin to parse the papers, one would have to read through hundreds, maybe even thousands, of pages of previous work, none which had been vetted or peer-reviewed. Today, the math community faces a conundrum: the proof to a very important conjecture hangs in the air, yet nobody will touch it.
Allie Brosh has updated her blog with Depression Part Two
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