# Random recent posts

A random selection of recent posts from around the mathematical blogosphere.

- Borel reducibility and conjugacy equivalence relationsSamuel Coskey
- From IP to CPOR in an OB World
- On the adoption of “he/they” pronounsSuburban Lion's Blog
- Impossible pencilsImpossible world site blog
- AnalogienMathlog
- Line Bundles on Complex Tori (Part 5)The n-Category Café
- On This Day in Math - April 30Pat'sBlog
- Speaking in Fibs . . .Intersections -- Poetry with Mathematics
- Boris and Natasha in America: How often is the wife taller than the husband?Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Six ago at the blog -- Old Tech April (and why we care)West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Between the ShadowsImpossible world site blog
- Is Listening What You Think It Is?CLopen Mathdebater
- January 2024 Algebra 2 Regents, Part I (multiple choice)(x, why?)
- Rod R. Blagojevich will you please go now?The Universe of Discourse
- “Often enough, scientists are left with the unenviable task of conducting an orchestra with out-of-tune instruments”Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Hypothesis Testing – Binomial DistributionMathematics, Learning and Technology
- Hypothesis Testing – Binomial DistributionMathematics, Learning and Technology
- My Notices AMS Paper on Quantum Computers – Eight Years Later, a Lecture by Dorit Aharonov, and a Toast to Michael Ben-OrCombinatorics and more
- Fizz buzz walkJohn D. Cook
- Science SectionGödel’s Lost Letter and P=NP
- The Outer Planets-Jovian PlanetsMooMooMath and Science
- The Bell Jar by Sylvia PlathHydrobates
- January 2024 Algebra 2 Regents, Part I (multiple choice)(x, why?)
- Whooping cough! How to respond to fatally-flawed papers? An example, in a setting where the fatal flaw is subtle, involving a confounding of time and cohort effectsStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- The erosion of diversity by technologyAgainst The Techno-Capitalist Machine
- Oaxaca-Blinder decomposition of changes in means and inequalityFreakonometrics
- Erratum for “An inverse theorem for the Gowers U^{s+1}[N]-norm”What's new
- Geometry Problems of the Day (Geometry Regents, January 2024 Part I)(x, why?)
- Seven from MIT elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences for 2024MIT News - Mathematics
- my prof just explained on the syllabus that he’s included more points in the class than we needed to…Thales’ circles
- Talking Dog > Stochastic ParrotThe Universe of Discourse