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Paradoxes in Probability Theory

Paradoxes in Probability Theory, a review

Math Explains Likely Long Shots, Miracles and Winning the Lottery - Scientific American

A (Relatively Easy To Understand) Primer on Elliptic Curve Cryptography | CloudFlare Blog

Kailath Lecture and Colloquia

Let's Not Dumb Down the History of Computer Science - Donald Knuth

Aviation Formulary V1.43

MAA MathFest | Mathematical Association of America

CIJM – International Mathematical Games Committee

MOVES Conference – National Museum of Mathematics

National Museum of Mathematics: Inspiring math exploration and discovery

Artificial Intelligence @ MIRI

MIRI's artificial intelligence research is focused on developing the mathematical theory of trustworthy reasoning for advanced autonomous AI systems.

MathsJam Annual Gathering UK | MathsJam

Colin Wright's recreational maths weekend

Recreational Mathematics Colloquia — Ludus

Azores & Portugal

Measure problem (cosmology) - Wikipedia

Events Beyond G4G – Gathering 4 Gardner

Mathematics puzzles meetings

Smullyan-What-is-the-Name-of-This-Book.pdf

PDF of Smullyan's book "What is the Name of this Book?"

This Film Needs No Title: A Portrait of Raymond Smullyan - YouTube

MathsJam

Smullyan: Planet Without Laughter

Calendar of Events | London Mathematical Society

About Celebration of Mind – Gathering 4 Gardner

recreational mathematics
Martin Gardner

Can you solve it? Logical philosophers | Mathematics | The Guardian

Puzzles

Base rate fallacy - Wikipedia

false positive
false negative
prevalance testing
sensitivity
specificity

lunarmath.ai

moon lunar space

New riddle of induction - Wikipedia

induction grue bleen quus

A.W. Moore reviews ‘Everything and More’ by David Foster Wallace, ‘A Brief History of Infinity’ by Brian Clegg and ‘The Art of the Infinite’ by Robert Kaplan and Ellen Kaplan · LRB 18 December 2003

infinity cantor aristotle "whether the cardinal that measures the size of the set of real numbers can be obtained by raising 2 to the power of the smallest infinite cardinal, is simply wrong: we know it can." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cardinality_of_the_continuum

(ebook-pdf) - Mathematics - Concrete Mathematics.pdf

An Intuitive Explanation of Quantum Mechanics - Less Wrong

Walking Randomly » Playing with Mathematica on Raspberry Pi

Math: Free Courses | Open Culture

Ellsberg paradox - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia