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-- ¿Cuánto te daba el límite?— Clara Grima (@ClaraGrima) August 1, 2021
-- A mí también. pic.twitter.com/XjboEZVj8K
I'm nonbinary (neither algebra nor analysis)— Kameryn Williams 🌺🍇🐬 (@KamerynJW) July 28, 2021
Breaking news: I have memorized all the digits of pi. I admit to not knowing how often each occurs, or in what order.— Robert Low (@RobJLow) July 29, 2021
What do the people who say “learn to live with the virus” actually mean?— Kit Yates (@Kit_Yates_Maths) July 30, 2021
They mean: fail to learn any of the lessons of the last 18 months, fail to mitigate against the spread of the virus and tolerate avoidable deaths and disease burden.
I’d rather we didn’t.
every time I lie on the floor by the ottoman, Cujo jumps on it and judges me from on high. sometimes he throws a TV remote at me. pic.twitter.com/S8k7K8yw8L— frobunnius (@frobunnius) July 31, 2021
Aluffi is really good pic.twitter.com/zgghwtvi59— Rylee Alanza Lyman (@ryleealanza) July 29, 2021
As more and more high profile people come out and discuss long covid, it’s becoming increasingly clear to everyone what a terrible idea it was to let case rise, largely unmitigated, infecting tens of thousands of people unnecessarily.https://t.co/zZDCvYZVXL— Kit Yates (@Kit_Yates_Maths) August 2, 2021
This is spicy (Scholze reviews Mochizuki)https://t.co/NI4BwivPaY pic.twitter.com/jS1ErVKITc— Kameryn Williams 🌺🍇🐬 (@KamerynJW) July 31, 2021
An Introduction to Proof Theory: Normalization, Cut-elimination, and Consistency Proofs https://t.co/h05swCZSXC— Richard Zach (@RrrichardZach) August 3, 2021
I love my rabbit he is so amazing and I’m so lucky to have him. He and my fiancé really did so much to get me through this past year and previous years in grad school pic.twitter.com/iUMJ9lQ9uF— frobunnius (@frobunnius) August 1, 2021
居室のWindowsが妙に騒がしいなぁと思いながら2限に行って帰ってきたら，Windows11になって鎮座していた……— Iwao KIMURA (@iwaokimura) August 2, 2021
Contender for today’s least surprising piece of news.https://t.co/RjJcz4mUlG— Kit Yates (@Kit_Yates_Maths) August 3, 2021
“Vaccinated people may spread delta as easily as unvaxxed” is like “Sober drivers may be as likely to die in a car crash as drunk drivers.”— Jordan Ellenberg (@JSEllenberg) July 30, 2021
What happens in your head when you solve ζ(s) = ∑ₙ˲₀ n⁻ˢ = 0 ?— Matt Salomone (@matthematician) August 2, 2021
Explain your process! New math vs. old math fascinates me. It’s cool seeing how other people’s minds work too!
Orbifold pic.twitter.com/eIX6ZpNtBf— frobunnius (@frobunnius) July 30, 2021
[handing the pokémon daycare person a ditto]— frobunnius (@frobunnius) July 30, 2021
“this one looks extremely submissive and breedable!!”
Mathematicians are so indecisive that we need to accept the axiom of choice to be able to move on with our lives.— Álvaro Lozano-Robledo (@MathAndCobb) July 31, 2021
What is a big open problem/conjecture in your field? Please briefly explain.— Álvaro Lozano-Robledo (@MathAndCobb) August 2, 2021
E.g., the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture in arithmetic geometry says that the rank of the group of rational points on an ab. variety coincides with the analytic order of vanishing of a L-function.
giving me bunny butt but remaining watchful for the apologetic treat he knows I’m going to pull out pic.twitter.com/padIbdkqfs— frobunnius (@frobunnius) July 28, 2021
Nothing will force you to recall all that highschool trig and algebra faster than tikz.— Dr. Tien Chih (@TChihMath) August 3, 2021