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Geometry Matters. But why?

The contribution of geometry to the evolution of human and natural sciences is a well established fact. Since the Greeks started to realize that the argument is more powerful when backed up by empirical evidence, rather than previous experience, all sciences started to benefit from an approach that had something…

Brain processes operate on 11 dimensions.

On June 12, 2017 a research team studying the complex networks involved in information processing, revealed that the processes involved in the creation of neural structures are built on multiverse-like structures. Using algebraic topology, they “zoomed” into the neural networks of the brain, finding hidden structures of the neurons. When…

Shapes of Water

Water, the most intricate of all the elements, has more to do with geometry than expected. Starting at molecular levels, water shows geometric structures that are fairly complex, structures given by atomic bonds, but also external, such as gravity waves. Have a look at a few of these geometric states:…

Sound waves, geometry and patterns

In the 18th century, Ernst Chladni invented a technique to show the various modes of vibration of a rigid surface. First published in 1787 in his book Entdeckungen über die Theorie des Klanges, the technique consists of drawing a bow over a (circular, square, or rectangular) plate or membrane whose…