Science in a Complex World: You love math; it’s in your music
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The Santa Fe Institute
is a private, nonprofit, independent research
and education center founded in 1984, where top researchers from around the world gather
to study and understand the theoretical foundations and patterns
underlying economies, ecosystems, conflict,
disease, human social institutions and the global condition. This column
is part of a series written by researchers at the Santa Fe Institute and published in The New Mexican.
Posted: Sunday, October 27, 2013 9:00 pm
Updated: 9:55 am, Mon Oct 28, 2013.
You love math. You really do. I’m not talking about the kind of math that makes cellphones work or the kind that bankers use. I’m talking about math in its purest, most natural form — the kind that moves the planets in their orbits, gives flowers their shape and makes a chorus sound like angels.
Maybe you’re thinking: “No, I don’t love math. I hated math in school and I still do.” Not so. You only think you hate math because of the way it was taught to you.
Or, use your
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Sunday, October 27, 2013 9:00 pm.
Updated: 9:55 am.