# Sciences&Humanities

- The Rule(s) of Three and the Probability of Nothing, and of a single successPat'sBlog
- On This Day in Math - September 13Pat'sBlog
- Charles the Obscure, The one you never heard of, but should have.Pat'sBlog
- On This Day in Math - September 12Pat'sBlog
- From τὰ φυσικά (ta physika) to physics – XXIXThe Renaissance Mathematicus
- On This Day in Math - September 11Pat'sBlog
- On This Day in Math - September 10Pat'sBlog
- On This Day in Math - September 9Pat'sBlog
- On This Day in Math - September 8Pat'sBlog
- Favorite Number -- a Baker's DozenIntersections -- Poetry with Mathematics
- Pythagoras and Matrices,Pat'sBlog
- On This Day in Math - September 7Pat'sBlog
- Notes on Etymology and History of Math Terms - TangramsPat'sBlog
- On This Day in Math - September 6Pat'sBlog
- On This Day in Math - September 6Pat'sBlog
- The architecture of Pi MensaeDoc Madhattan
- The Shoemaker's Knife Cuts Beautiful Math Across the CenturiesPat'sBlog
- On This Day in Math - September 5Pat'sBlog
- Describing the world with mathematics.The Renaissance Mathematicus
- On This Day in Math - September 4Pat'sBlog
- math talk -- a way to learnIntersections -- Poetry with Mathematics
- Updating the History of the Pigeon Hole TheoremPat'sBlog
- On This Day in Math - September 3Pat'sBlog
- A Bird in the Hand is worth... a Pigeon Hole PrinciplePat'sBlog
- On This Day in Math - September 2Pat'sBlog
- On This Day in Math- September 1Pat'sBlog
- On This Day in Math - August 31Pat'sBlog
- Creating New Poems by Sampling Old OnesIntersections -- Poetry with Mathematics
- On This Day in Math - August 30Pat'sBlog
- On This Day in Math - August 29Pat'sBlog
- From τὰ φυσικά (ta physika) to physics – XXVIIIThe Renaissance Mathematicus
- Not The End for the Happy Ending CouplePat'sBlog
- World's Most Interesting MathematicianIntersections -- Poetry with Mathematics
- The Man from Wales who founded the English School of MathematicsThe Renaissance Mathematicus
- The Unreasonable Effectiveness of MathematicsIntersections -- Poetry with Mathematics
- From τὰ φυσικά (ta physika) to physics – XXVIIThe Renaissance Mathematicus