Chess

### Chess and Mathematics

At first glance, these two disciplines may seem unrelated. However, mathematics and chess have a large amount of unexpected connections.

Chess

At first glance, these two disciplines may seem unrelated. However, mathematics and chess have a large amount of unexpected connections.

Computer Science

Long before Alan Turing revolutionized the field of computation, there was Charles Babbage and his difference engine. Babbage was a man of many skills, most notably in machinery and in economics, even briefly attempting to begin a political career. He grew frustrated with many of the practices used in England

Entropy

Entropy is a bit of a buzzword in modern science. Usually it is used as a synonym for “disorder,” but it is so much more interesting than that.

Chaos Theory

Since existence, humans have been trying to predict the weather. Early methods looked to astrology and the lunar phases. Even the Bible contains references to Jesus deciphering local weather patterns!

Category Theory

Category Theory was initially developed in the 1940’s by Samuel Eilenberg and Saunders Mac Lane as an attempt to create a general language that can be applied to any field of mathematics.