Burning Man’s Mathematical Underbelly

Physicist: I wrote an article about Burning Man and how Ask a Mathematician / Ask a Physicist started, that’s being featured over at Scientific American!  Well worth a read, especially if you enjoy reading about what you’re reading.

Burning Man’s Mathematical Underbelly

Math and physics: standing room only.

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4 Responses to Burning Man’s Mathematical Underbelly

  1. Jeff says:

    I loved learning the origins and history of Aam/Aap. I even recognized some of those early questions from this site. But what ever happened to the mathematician?

  2. The Physicist The Physicist says:

    @Jeff
    Thanks! It’s really flattering to know there are folk out there actually enjoying this stuff.
    I couldn’t even tell you what he’s up to; he’s got more projects than I can count.

  3. Christian Meyer says:

    Amazing story. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Ann says:

    I love sharing this with folks who think Burning Man is just a bunch of drunk pot smoking hippies …. ok so they are there too, This is a wonderful description of Burning Man for those who don’t know it especially to see that there is a serious science dimension. The photos are great

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