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- large prime numbers covering rage against the machine's "sleep now in the fire" (accidentally)

Jan 24, 2009 7:23 AMso yeah, welcome to week three of large prime numbers' magical journey through the wilderness some braver men call "life without a digitech whammy". we were slamming the LIFE out of some insane stoner-rock shit a couple weeks ago, on that fateful day when the practice studio ate my whammy's power adapter. since then, i have tried to order the adapter (for a US whammy) on the internet, only to get all the way to the "select your shipping method" screen and be told "we cannot send this to your country". digitech japan politely told me to fuck myself when i called them about sending me an adapter that would work on a US whammy. "the japanese adapter won't work on the US whammy, and the US adapter won't work in japan, period", they said. "well, i had one until recently, and according to my HOT VIDEOS on youtube, it most certainly DID work". the guy then politely told me that he doubts i'm telling the truth and then did the japanese equivalent of hanging up -- that is, he spoke a seventy-second impenetrable string of antiquated politeness modifiers before saying goodbye and abruptly hanging up the phone. anyone want to send me a whammy power adapter :( please :( anyway, yeah. today me and zak get into our hot jam session and i get all my gear set up and i'm like, "man, no whammy. man. you know what that means?" "no. what does that mean?" "it means we can't cover 'sleep now in the fire' by rage against the machine." "shittttttttt." "lol." "lol." then i walked over, started the camera, and, well. you might already be watching the video. definitely not something i would do live. and yes, i know that the solo in "sleep now in the fire" does not actually involve the digitech whammy. it's just, you know. morello owns one, and if i were going to try to play that solo of his, i'd just do it by jerking on the whammy instead of that feedback-loopin' kill-swtchin' shit he does. i do not have nearly enough confidence in my tone-honing to do what he does without, you know, making myself permanently deaf.

- large prime numbers covering the blue hearts' "キスして欲しい" ("i want you to kiss me")

Jan 24, 2009 6:22 AMweek three of large prime numbers' continued experimentations with stretching the hell out of this musical vocabulary of ours, which has been stunted terrifyingly as of late with the loss of my whammy power adapter and the absolute lack of whammy power adapters in the entire nation of japan. they (digitech) say the US one "won't work in japan" -- even though it WAS working, for like a YEAR, before i left it in our studio and the bastards claimed it as their property and then gave me an uber-evil eye when i joked about asking to rent it next time and then maybe accidentally misplacing it and being forced to pay the full cost -- anyway, it's a real pain in the neck. this is us covering a blue hearts song in "the style of early alternative rock". or, that was the right before i started playing. maybe the exuberance of zak's "ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR!" infected me a little bit and lifted some of the desired melancholy. whatever. i realize upon watching this video that the guitar volume is a little low. this is before we popped mad delay on the PA as well. with some underwater-like tunnel reverb and a more sonic-youthy tempo, maybe this could be a good live piece. anyway, this is seriously the first time i ever tried to play this song! it's an easy song, anyway. the solo part could, uhm, really use some whammy. :( did you know: i got my whammy for $100 in the US. in japan, a whammy costs $500. huh.

- Terence Tao: Structure and Randomness in the Prime Numbers, UCLA

Jan 22, 2009 12:24 PMLecture for a general audience: Terence Tao is UCLA's Collins Professor of Mathematics, and the first UCLA professor to win the prestigious Fields Medal. Less than a month after winning the Fields Medal, Tao was named a MacArthur Fellow. The following month, Tao was named one of "The Brilliant 10" scientists by Popular Science magazine, which called him "Math's Great Uniter" and said that "to Tao, the traditional boundaries between different mathematical fields don't seem to exist." His Colloquium is titled "Structure and Randomness in the Prime Numbers." The UCLA Science Faculty Research Colloquium Series is designed to promote interdisciplinary research. The Series is sponsored by the Divisions of Life and Physical Sciences, UCLA College. *Edit: For the question posed at [43:37], the word "Inters" should be "Integers"

- large prime numbers kaossilator failures in c#, part two

Jan 11, 2009 4:16 AManother randomized jam on a semi-established riff, now featuring a kaossilator. here's the sad fact: i left my digitech whammy 4's ac adapter in this studio the last time we practiced, and when i called them and asked them to check for it, they said that was against their policy, and that all lost articles become property of the studio! so yeah. i spent a week searching for a power supply that would fit my whammy and it just didn't happen. so i turned to stabo and i was like, we're short my electronicky gimmick of choice this week; why don't you just jag around on the kaossilator? this is one of the things that happened.

- Proof of Irrationality

Dec 25, 2008 2:25 AMIn this video we look at how to prove that the nth root of any prime number, p is always irrational. For example, nth root of 2, 3, 5, 7, ... and so on. The proof technique demonstrated here is Proof by Contradiction. Also, the proof demonstrates some fundamentals of number theory.

- Heterodyne

Nov 29, 2008 12:12 PMA film by Hollis Frampton. Made in 1967. "I began to make it when I had no money for raw stock and only several rolls of colored leader but nevertheless (had) the need to make or work on a film. As I first conceived the film, I intended it to be a kind of revenge done with the bare hands against - first of all animation - or cell animation in particular and secondly, against abstract film with a capital A as they were practiced in the late 40's and 50's as a kind of engine cooler for the art houses where I first saw serious foreign movies. As I thought about the film, I wanted it to have a very open, resilient kind of structure with the maximum possible amount of rhythmic variety, both in terms of count, beat and variety in the rhythmic changes of shapes and the rate of the rhythmic change. I used a debased form of matrix algebra to make up, in advance, the structure of the film, and tried out several arithmetic models for that structure... with very short film pieces, before I found one that seemed to suit me. As I came to make the film, it consists entirely of 240 feet of black leader into which are welded about 1,000 separate events. Each consists of one frame, and there are 40 kinds of frame, ranging from a frame that consists entirely of red or green or blue to a frame which may consist of red leader with a triangle of blue leader welded into the middle of it. I say welded because the film was put together using three colors of leader and 3 ticket punches - a square, a circle and a triangle - which I felt to be constantly recognizable and also impersonal shapes - and where one color is let into another, or where a color shape is let into black leader, it is literally welded in with acetone. I was doing all of this under a magnifying glass with tweezers and brushes and so forth... they're disposed along the continuous line of film by a scheme roughly the following: in order to avoid a scheme in which certain types of frames would, by rhythmic recurrence, fall at the same spot in the film, or in the same exact frame, I decided to use prime numbers, that is, numbers divisible only by themselves and as a starting-point since they begin to share harmonics extensively only in their very high multiples - I further decided I could use no prime numbers less than 40, because 40 is the number of frames in a foot and didn't want any single type of event to occur any more often than once every one and two/thirds seconds, and then I subjected my list series of tests that involved the sums of their digits-casting out those that didn't meet the tests so that as it turned out the, commonest event, a frame that is entirely red, occurs every 61 frames in absolutely regular repetition throughout the film; and the least common event, a red triangle on a black ground, occurs every 2,311 frames - all of this necessitated an amount of arithmetic which I did over a period of 6 weeks - reduced it to a large stock of 3X5 cards and collated them, and sat down with my rewinds and splicer and simply put the thing together - altogether on the level of personal logistics, it tied up my time and need to be making a film for about three months at the end of which I found myself with a little more money for raw stock and I could go on and make other kinds of films." - Hollis Frampton http://hollisframpton.org.uk

- Prime Time

Nov 18, 2008 4:24 PMWillard Middle School 6th graders show what they know about factoring numbers.

- Prime Time Nationals Opening Number

Nov 16, 2008 11:50 PMPrime Time Main Event National Finals Opening Number San Antonio, TX July 5th, 2008 Choreographed By: Spencer Ralston Special thanks to all the girls who performed in the opening number from: Starstruck Performing Arts Center (KS) Unity Dance Company (TX) Debbie's School of Dance (LA) Center Stage Dance Studio (MI) And way to "bring it" with only 5hrs of rehearsal!!

- What can you do with a 12-million-digit prime number?

Sep 30, 2008 10:46 AMExcerpt ...thought about since high school. But why did the EFF offer $100,000 for the first person to discover a 10-million-digit-plus prime number? The hunt for large primes requires massive computing power – the production of which is prohibitively expensive for a... Source Info Christian Science Monitor Related Topics

http://features.csmonitor.com/innovation/2008/09/30/what-can-you-do-with-a-12-million-digit-prime-number/ - UCLA Researchers Find Largest Known Prime Number

Sep 28, 2008 2:43 PMMathematicians at UCLA have discovered a 13 million-digit prime number, a long-sought milestone that makes them eligible for a $100,000 prize. (Sept. 28)

- Largest Prime Number

Sep 28, 2008 5:46 AMThe other day it was announced the largest prime number yet with over 13 million digits was found.

- Tagged; 5 pet peeves

Sep 11, 2008 3:47 PMCheck the "Views" count. If it's a Prime number, you're tagged. Unless it's over 400, I don't want more people to be tagged forever so if the viewed number is a prime number UNDER 400 you're tagged. If it's over 400, or the number is divisible by 2, 3, 5, 7 or 9 without leaving any fractions, you're not tagged. If it's under 400 and when you divide it by any of the above numbers there's fractions left over, you're tagged. Under 400, Prime.

- Sieve of Eratosthenes, UCLA

Sep 11, 2008 11:29 AMFields Medal recipient Terence Tao explain the ancient algorithm for finding all prime numbers up to a specified integer.

- Infinitely Many Primes--Series on Infinity Part 4

Sep 3, 2008 8:19 AMOver two thousand years ago Euclid proved that there are infinitely many prime numbers. This ingenious proof is an early example of an indirect proof--contradicting the opposite statement of a theorem. It is also a very early mathematical confrontation with infinity, in a mathematically primitive time when even algebra was unknown.

- Vlog #26: Prime Numers and Xbox Live Gamertag Rant

Aug 19, 2008 8:22 PMI hope expressed myself clearly. This XBL thing is one of many reasons why I'm upset about the Xbox 360. It's just been a bunch of headaches. Hanging out on the phone with customer service in Taiwan via a Skype call isn't my of fun. I'd honestly rather continue playing Ninja Gaiden NES and buy a PS3 (even with all those new games coming out.) I hope I can get this XBL thing resolved though... :P Google Apps is really cool and FREE: http://www.google.com/a/ I did some testing with it this evening and... yeah. Some very cool collaborative tools in there. HOLY BALLZ! At least I'm not the only one that obsesses about prime numbers: http://www.geocities.com/~harveyh/primes.htm

- The Secret of the Universe 1 of 6

Aug 11, 2008 7:59 AMhttp://www.code144.com The ancient secrets of antigravity are revealed as the result of an in depth study - clues left by Edward Leedskalnin at Coral Castle, and the Freemasons Lodge (Grand Masonic Lodge) at Philadelphia. The Golden Ratio (Phi), or the Golden Section, and it's relationship to Prime Numbers, Prime Quadruplets, and the Pyramid Shape with an angle of 51.83 degrees is revealed for the first time! The formerly hidden secrets of anti-gravity and magnetism are here. The Star of David hexagram is a key as well, along with the number 144. Learn how the ancient megaliths of the world were really constructed. The best way to a real antigravity solution - infinitely easier to construct than Searl, Hutchison, etc.

- The Secret of the Universe 6 of 6

Aug 8, 2008 7:08 PMhttp://www.code144.com The ancient secrets of antigravity are revealed as the result of an in depth study - clues left by Edward Leedskalnin at Coral Castle, and the Freemasons Lodge (Grand Masonic Lodge) at Philadelphia. The Golden Ratio (Phi), or the Golden Section, and it's relationship to Prime Numbers, Prime Quadruplets, and the Pyramid Shape with an angle of 51.83 degrees is revealed for the first time! The formerly hidden secrets of anti-gravity and magnetism are here. The Star of David hexagram is a key as well, along with the number 144. Learn how the ancient megaliths of the world were really constructed. The best way to a real antigravity solution - infinitely easier to construct than Searl, Hutchison, etc.

- The Secret of the Universe 5 of 6

Aug 8, 2008 7:38 AMhttp://www.code144.com The ancient secrets of antigravity are revealed as the result of an in depth study - clues left by Edward Leedskalnin at Coral Castle, and the Freemasons Lodge (Grand Masonic Lodge) at Philadelphia. The Golden Ratio (Phi), or the Golden Section, and it's relationship to Prime Numbers, Prime Quadruplets, and the Pyramid Shape with an angle of 51.83 degrees is revealed for the first time! The formerly hidden secrets of anti-gravity and magnetism are here. The Star of David hexagram is a key as well, along with the number 144. Learn how the ancient megaliths of the world were really constructed. The best way to a real antigravity solution - infinitely easier to construct than Searl, Hutchison, etc.

- The Secret of the Universe 4 of 6

Aug 8, 2008 6:05 AM - The Secret of the Universe 3 of 6

Aug 8, 2008 4:07 AM - The Secret of the Universe 2 of 6

Aug 8, 2008 1:48 AM - Prime and Composite numbers

Jul 30, 2008 3:15 AMhttp://www.tcyonline.com/etutoring The concept of (Prime and Composite numbers) is explained by expert tutors at TCYonline.com which is an authority in online tutoring in Math and homework help to students from K-12. We also prepare students for SAT, GRE, GMAT, ACT and various state level exams like FCAT, ISAT, CAHSEE and many more. Please visit http://www.tcyonline.com/etutoring for more exciting videos, Free math worksheets, state assessment tests, games, puzzles and free trial session on any topic in Math.

- Me and Kant

Jul 27, 2008 10:16 AMMe and Kant ... -- I want to begin to try and explain how my are fundamentally different from Kant's. This may take several attempts and I am open to the possibility that during the course of these attempts I may come away seeing things your way, or some other. But let me see if I can explain what I'm getting at with an analogy. The analogy I want to use is numbers. I know that mathematicians define 'prime' numbers as numbers whose only factors are the number itself and one (with the number one itself being excluded). I would ask your indulgence and allow me to temporarily redefine the meaning of prime number. And the definition I use (and in fact I really believe this, but that's another story) is that there is really only one prime number and that is the number 1. All other numbers are composite numbers that are reducible to bunches of 1s. So here's the analogy. What I am arguing is that, objectively speaking, "out there" beyond our subjective experience the universe is made up of 1s. Objectively there are no 2s or 3s or 42s or 666s. In other words, objectively speaking, there are no composite numbers. It's all just 1s. So where do composite numbers occur? They occur ONLY in our subjective experience. Now Kant, if I understand him correctly, would argue that there really are composite numbers "out there" - out there in the noumenal realm. But when we experience these composite numbers we don't experience them as the numbers themselves. Rather, we experience them all green and hairy. 'Green' and 'hairy' are the a priori categories of all our experience. So Kant would say that there are 2s and 3s and 42s "out there". But our phenomenal, subjective experience of these numbers is always green and hairy. (Again, this is an analogy, and perhaps not a very good one. But hopefully you get my point.) Now let's leave the numbers analogy and think of objects instead, let's say a table. Kant would argue that there is a real table "out there" in the noumenal realm. But we don't experience the table in itself, in its noumenal purity. Rather, we experience the table phenomenally as a spatiotemporal object, and this spatiotemporal condition is how we experience all objects. Space and time are the a priori categories of all experience (like the green and hairy in my analogy). The point I want to stress here is that the table, like the numbers other than 1, is a composite entity. And Kant believes that composite entities exist independent of our experience (in this noumenal realm). This is where Kant and I part ways. What I am arguing is that there are no composite entities independent of our experience. Let me be very clear. There are entities independent of our experience. But these entities are not composite entities. Independent of our experience there are only prime entities. Independent of our experience there are only 1s. Of course this raises the obvious question: How do composite entities get created in our experience, especially if our experience is a subset of the larger objective universe which is (as I just argued) made entirely of prime entities? The 'creation' of composite entities from prime entities is the crux of the "hard" problem. Part of the challenge, I think, concerns overcoming certain long-held (and perfectly understandable) beliefs we have about the nature of objective reality. We traditionally think of it as a bunch of physical stuff, and I think this is a mistake. Our experience is not made from physical objects. Rather, physical objects are part of the content of our physical experience (which is subjective, just like our other experiences). So a big part of the problem, as I see it, is that we have been trying to explain experience in terms of the content of that experience (ie, physical objects), rather than examining experience itself (which we do have direct access to!) irrespective of any particular content of that experience. If I may offer one more silly analogy. Trying to understand experience by studying (exclusively) the physical brain would by like someone trying to understand paint by examining a painting of a horse and from there thinking that the only way to understand paint is by studying horses! Of course there is much more to say about this, for what I have said here makes experience seem like some kind of miracle (which I don't believe it is). But perhaps what I've said here will help you better understand why I don't think of myself as a Kantian.

- Kiss Me in Prime Numbers Blooper Reel Time!

Jul 16, 2008 4:32 PMBLOOPER REEL! We hope you enjoy all our wee mishaps during the recording of Ceola's song! I apologise in advance for any material you may find offensive =P. I must say, while making this, I've realised how stupid I sound in general so I apologise for my stupidity! My voice also sounds weird at the start, I think it improves towards the end. I also forgot to turn the camera off when I was putting my dog (Elvis) out of the room. You get a bit of a view of my fully clothed chest XD. There's my paranoia over. ENJOY! P.S I now realise that I wrote "And then there was"... It's meant to be "And then there were"... My silly mistake! IMPORTANT: Lyrics by Shoebe!!

- Step By Step Factoring by Grouping (Prime Factorization)

Jun 8, 2008 6:44 PMUse prime factorization for a factoring by grouping problem.

- Star Trek Rap (feat. Prime Directive and Galaxy Class)

Jun 2, 2008 2:02 AMResistance is futile. All beats will be assimilated. [Warning: lyrics NSFW] .mp3: http://thosearentmuskets.blogspot.com/2008/06/space-tunes-ready-for-some-serious.html ----- "THE U.S.S. ENTERPRISE (IS GETTING P.U.S.S.Y. TONIGHT)" SPOKEN: Yo yo yo, this the Prime Directive. Rule number one: you can't break me. Galaxy Class over here, 'cause I'm top of the line. CHORUS: The U.S.S. Enterprise Is getting P.U.S.S.Y. tonight So shake that ass, 'cause fornication Is the only way to make The Next Generation P.D.: Let me introduce you to my crew The horny-ass men and women of the U. S.S.E.N.T.E.R.-prise On a continuing mission to spread them thighs There's Geordi Laforge with his prying eyes Getting X-ray shots of your naughty side Down below he's growing twice the size Because the ladies make his warp drive energize And as for Q he'll make you cum So loud you'll wake the whole continuum But girl you know when he's done getting with you He's going to bounce like Doctor Crusher in season two G.C.: I said Enter-P.R.I.S.E. Let me tell you about my boy, his name's Wesley Going to be in Starfleet Academy But tonight he's getting crunk with yours truly So we bust on down to the Forward Ten Wes knows the bouncer and we get right in We're knocking back shots of Cardassian gin When up comes a fine-ass Romulan When it comes to booty-shaking, girl's got a gift 'Cause she raised that ass like a turbolift But yo, we ditched her face down in the mud Because Wesley had his eyes on Ashley Judd P.D.: Me? I wound up on the holodeck She's got a virtual booty that I'm ready to wreck ("Enter when ready") Her program always does the trick You know I leave the holodeck with a hollow dick Yeah she sucks on my nuts till the whole thing's empty Then I go cruising in a 64 Bently CHORUS G.C.: Whorf used to be on the block selling rock Now while you're in your stateroom jerking in a sock He's got that Ferengi pussy on lock Yeah he's balls deep and he's yelling "Kaplach!" P.D.: He used to have trouble picking up bitches Till he learned they love them forehead ridges Now whenever he wants to cream He just pulls in pussy like a tractor beam G.C.: Yo but don't forget about Counselor Troy That Betazoid will leave your dick destroyed And don't you bother screaming or squealing 'Cause she knows exactly how you're feeling P.D.: Data's the android Who'll fill your void He's a mechanical man with a robot cock Knock on your G-spot like he was Sherlock, Holmes G.C.: Ain't nothing like him in space or on Earth Got a digital dick of alarming girth He's the only man to please Tasha Yar's poon My boy Data, son of Soong Tasha died but he don't sweat lost tooshie He just replaced her with another fine pussy BREAKDOWN: Who's going to rock a robotic cock? Data's going to rock a robotic cock I said who's going to rock that hydraulic cock? Data's going to rock a hydraulic cock 'Cause he can time his nuts like a digital clock "I am fully functional" Now open wide shorty and hold real still My phaser's 'bout to fire and it's set to kill CHORUS P.D.: Captain Picard Loves to get his dick hard His bald head will make you sweat 'Cause he's a French motherfucker with a tasty baguette And when he's not sipping tea at a Parisian café He's busy banging booty every night and all day ("Proceed") But homie don't play, he don't want no snog Girl you got a stardate with the captain's log ("Engage") G.C.: Now Picard's a man whose dick is large But when he's not on the bridge then Riker's in charge He's the playa of the minute and I'll tell you son When it comes to busting pussy Riker's "number one" P.D.: And if you shake your rear quarters especially fine He just might make you hit warp 69 But if Jean-Luc busts in don't you fear He's only here to take you past the final frontier G.C.: Now that's a double team of the highest order Bubble booty bouncing in the captain's quarters They got a young Romulan dripping buckets When she sees their junk she says "those aren't muskets!" Riker pulls out and says he's ready to blow Like a pimp Picard says "ma-ma-make it so" Then J.L.P.'s out, he's got shit to do Peeping the ruins on Calder II BOTH: And that's how it rolls under J.L.P. The Crushers, Beverly and Wesley Whorf and Riker and my man Geordi Q, Data, Troy and yeah, Whoopi And the Enterprise D And for three films E Welcome to the motherfucking T.N.G. CHORUS

- NOVA scienceNOW | Twin Prime Conjecture | PBS

May 30, 2008 6:35 AMhttp://www.pbs.org/nova/sciencenow New insight into a 2,300-year-old mystery surrounding prime numbers inspires a song. Don't miss the new season of NOVA scienceNOW, airing every Wednesday starting June 25 on PBS. Watch past episodes of the program, try out interactives, and more on our Web site: http://www.pbs.org/nova/sciencenow For more music, go to: http://www.robmorsberger.com/albums.html

- Watch Video on Prime Factorization - Math Help

May 7, 2008 8:17 AMAccess full lesson containing this video at: http://www.yourteacher.com/prealgebra/primefactorization.php Students learn that the prime factorization of a number is the given number written as the product of its prime factors. For example, to find the prime factorization of 45, use a factor tree to find that 45 is 5 x 9, and 9 is 3 x 3. So the prime factorization of 45 is 5 x 3 x 3, or 5 x 3^2. Note that the prime factorization of a prime number, such as 23, is the number itself.

- Prime Numbers - The Sieve of Eratosthenes

Apr 16, 2008 8:57 AMFinding all the prime numbers between 1 and 100 using the technique devised by the ancient Greek mathematician Eratosthenes

- Star Academy 5 Prime 8 Result اعلان نتيجة البرايم الثامن

Mar 15, 2008 2:16 AMhttp://vb.shathawi.com/index.php This video shows prime number 8 result of Star Academy 5. In this prime, Asma from Morocco left the progarm, Zaher from Palestine was saved by Star Academy students and Amel from Algeria was saved by the voting of her fans.This video is produced by www.shathawi.com

- Four is a prime number (dumbest person in the world)

Feb 16, 2008 1:05 PMThis cannot tell which is a prime number: 4, 6 or 11.

- Infinity of Primes

Feb 11, 2008 9:49 PMProf Marcus du Sautoy on Euclids proof

- Finding the Prime Factorization of a Whole Number

Feb 9, 2008 11:22 PMUsing a factor tree to find the prime factorization of 72

- The Human Calculator - Rüdiger Gamm

Dec 26, 2007 7:29 PMRüdiger Gamm -- "The Human Calculator" featured in The Real Superhumans and the Quest for the Future Fantastic: Rüdiger Gamm of Welzheim, Germany, is The Human Calculator! At 35 years old, he can instantly solve complex mathematical formulas inside his head. Gamm can multiply higher powers and divide two prime numbers to 60 decimals -- 84 to the power of 17; 42 to the power of 100; 31 divided by 61. Gamm can also speak backwards -- both an entire sentence and each word within a sentence. He is also a calendar calculator and can determine within seconds the day of the week of any date in history. Professor Allan Snyder is an internationally acclaimed scientist and the Foundation Director of the world's only Centre For The Mind, a joint venture of the Australian National University and the University of Sydney. Snyder specializes in rare cases of people who suddenly develop extraordinary savant skills after receiving a brain injury. Snyder's theory is that Gamm's mysterious abilities can be explained quite simply: he believes Gamm is an autistic savant and has designed tests specifically for him. It's a diagnosis Gamm disagrees with and he sets out to prove Snyder wrong. Portent: Gamm reveals that the human species is filled with incredible individuals that continue to baffle even the most learned of scientists. If we cannot even understand how one develops such abilities as Gamm's, are we really ready to reengineer our own species?

- Number theory - geometrical connection

Dec 26, 2007 6:22 PMThis is a work i made long time ago, about the prime numbers. It became a wider study. My video got the attention of a math forum called www.cut-the-knot.org. The user Alexander Bogomolny, made an extended work about the process of the video. You can take a look at it here: http://www.cut-the-knot.org/Curriculum/Arithmetic/PrimesFromTriangle.shtml (IT'S NOT THE FIRST TIME THIS VIDEO IS UPLOADED TO YOUTUBE. I DID IT A YEAR AGO, IN A NOW DELETED ACCOUNT.)

- Prime Number Sieve and the Ulam Spiral

Dec 21, 2007 1:42 PMThe Ulam Spril was publicized by Stanislaw Ulam in 1963. The spiral can be generated using the sieve of Eratosthenes to etch out the prime numbers. This animation depicts 123 iterations of the sieve. Initially, the Ulam Spiral is drawn and the primes are colored dark red. Those primes that have a rank, the order that the prime appears in the prime number sequence, that is also prime are colored yellow, and those that have a rank that is a prime with a rank that is also prime are colored blue. The sieve begins with 2 and 'evaporates' every other cell. When a cell is evaporated, the cells ahead of it in the spiral shift back to fill the vacant space but they retain their original value for future division tests. The next iteration evaporates those cells divisible by 3, and then 5, 7 and so on. Red cells(primes) change to black when they are less than p^2. Thus, the area of the inner square is π(x)^2 (the prime counting function). What is left after all composites have been evaporated and the newly created black cells are interperted as composites is an exact replica of what we started with, only shifted in the hierarchy of primeness so to speak. The path of a couple of prime points is traced as they move to their final destination. Music by: cloudtalk, Austin Texas.

- Watch Video on Prime Factorization - Pre Algebra Help

Nov 6, 2007 11:29 AMAccess full lesson containing this video at: http://www.yourteacher.com/prealgebra/primefactorization.php Students learn that the prime factorization of a number is the given number written as the product of its prime factors. For example, to find the prime factorization of 45, use a factor tree to find that 45 is 5 x 9, and 9 is 3 x 3. So the prime factorization of 45 is 5 x 3 x 3, or 5 x 3^2. Note that the prime factorization of a prime number, such as 23, is the number itself.

- Watch Video on Prime Factors of a Number - Pre Algebra Help

Oct 26, 2007 8:48 AMAccess full lesson containing this video at: http://www.yourteacher.com/prealgebra/primefactors.php Students learn that a factor of a number divides into the number without a remainder. For example, 7 is a factor of 14, because 7 divides into 14 without a remainder. To find the factors of a number, such as 8, first divide 8 by 1, which equals 8. Since there is no remainder, both 1 and 8 are factors of 8. Next, divide 8 by 2, which equals 4. Since there is no remainder, both 2 and 4 are factors of 8. Next, divide 8 by 3. Since 8 is not divisible by 3, then 3 is not a factor of 8. Next, divide 8 by 4, which equals 2. Since there is no remainder, both 4 and 2 are factors of 8. Notice, however, that 4 and 2 are repeat factors (we already know that 4 and 2 are factors of 8). This means that all other factors will also be repeat factors, so there is no need to continue -- the factors of 8 are 1, 2, 4, and 8. Note that a number that has more than two factors, such as 8, is called a composite number, and a number that has only two factors (itself and 1), such as 5, is called a prime number.

- The Language of Mathematics 9: Prime Numbers

Sep 24, 2007 1:40 AMTable of contents listing all instructional math videos available from Chycho TV at http://www.chycho.com/?q=math_Table_Contents List of videos that are available for download at http://www.chycho.com/?q=math_download_chycho INTRODUCTION: http://www.chycho.com/?q=Introduction_Instructions During the last few years the education systems in Canada and the United States has been eroding. Students have been crammed into larger sizes while the quality of teaching has deteriorated, in large part due to a lack of funding from local and federal governments. John Ralston Saul, one of Canada's most celebrated authors and essayist, has warned us that "Canada's democracy... is eroding with every dime deducted from education budgets." I have stated previously that I believe "as a collective we must understand that democracy can only exist in a society with an educated populace, and the right for self-governance can only be obtained through knowledge." I also believe that as long as the Internet remains Neutral, we, as a global community, can make a difference. We can fill the gap left behind by our governments and be proactive in educating our children Sharing our communal experiences and knowledge is the essence of the Internet and chycho.com is proud to be a part of this movement. The information contained and conveyed through this medium is what will shape our future, and this site was created to represent a unique personal perspective and to contribute in bringing about positive changes. As a result I have decide to produce instructional math videos to help those that want to improve their abilities in communicating in the language of mathematics. The videos are available on Chycho TV Located in the top right corner of http://www.chycho.com. Even though these videos are geared towards high school students, they will also help those in elementary school and those that are struggling with certain college and university courses. The format of the videos is as follows: Lessons are in large part self contained and most have exercises which should be completed before proceeding to the next lesson. To help people understand a specific topic I have included answers to the exercises and a video showing how I solved the problems. Hence all exercises will have a video showing the exact steps taken to get the correct answer. Please make sure that you view these videos if you are having difficulty solving the problems. During the next few weeks and months, possibly years, I hope to be able to provide a vast library of resources for those that wish to finally understand the language of mathematics. If there are certain areas that you are having problems with or wish me to discuss further then please send me a message or post a comment at my website. Even though I can not guarantee that I will be able to properly represent a topic I will try my best to produce a lesson if there is strong enough demand for a specific topic. I hope these videos will help people learn how to communicate in the language that we have chosen to understand the world around us in a scientific manner, in the language of mathematics. Best Chycho http://www.chycho.com/

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- The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence by Carl Sagan

May 10, 2007 5:49 PMhttp://www.FreeScienceLectures.com To reach other intelligences our technology must reach beyond interplanetary distances it has to go interstellar distances. The largest radio radar telescope on the planet Earth - Arecibo radio telescope - is located in Arecibo, Puerto Rico. It is so powerful it could communicate with an one 15 thousand light years away. Half-way to center of Milky Way galaxy. It was used to send a message to a star cluster M15. But is there anyone out there to talk to? How far away is the nearest civilization capable of communicating with a radio telescope? If the galaxies are distributed randomly, the nearest one should be 200 light years away. How would we know we are receiving a message from intelligent life form? Transmitting civilization could make it very easy for us if they wished. If one day we found a signal which was methodical series of pulses then we would conclude that someone is saying hello. For example the signal could be all the prime numbers 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, ... which no natural source of radiation could transmit. Our technology is now fully adequate for this challenge. Why havent we yet discovered any and why hasn't they visited us? One answer is that maybe we are first? Some civilization has to be first. Or maybe they have destroyed themselved. Or possibly they are already with us, just hiding. --- It's Never too Late to Study: http://www.FreeScienceLectures.com --- Notice: This video is copyright by its respectful owners. The website address on the video does not mean anything. ---

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