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Steven Strogatz's third Simon's Lecture at MIT. April 22, 2011.

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Enjoyed this lecture.

Posted almost 4 years by Ktsea

On David’s comment about numbers in Journalism with typo’s that occur. Would Augmented Reality help to scope correct numbers and Statistics?

Posted almost 4 years by Ktsea

Even though our artistic person gets a kick out of science. lol

Posted almost 4 years by Ktsea

I am not a mathematician, I am more of a writer. I do love to learn about everything.

Posted almost 4 years by Ktsea

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