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Creating Symmetry: The Artful Mathematics of Wallpaper Patterns
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Frank A. Farris
The Elements of Dynamic Symmetry
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Jay Hambidge
Geometry and Symmetry
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Paul B. Yale
Symmetry in Chemistry
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Hans H. Jaffé
Introduction to Stereochemistry
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Kurt Mislow
Symmetry: Unifying Human Understanding
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Elsevier Books Reference
The Magic of Symmetry
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Steve Davis
Symmetries in Quantum Physics
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U Fano
Our Curious World of Mirror Images: Reflections on How Symmetry Frames Our Universe, Empowers the Creative Process and Provides Context to Shape Our Lives
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Titus Joseph
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13 min citite
Physics
Beauty Is Physics’ Secret Weapon: A Nobel laureate maps his path to discovery.
We recognize beauty when we see it, right? Michelangelo’s David, Machu Picchu, an ocean sunrise. Could we say the same about the cosmos itself? Frank Wilczek, a professor of physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, thinks we can. And sho
SEW NEWS
8 min citite
BEATRICE FORMS: True-to-Body DressForms
There is hardly anything more personal than the shape of your own body. If you’re a garment maker, you are probably even more acutely aware of your body’s own particular characteristics. As much time as you’ve spent thinking about your own one-of-a-k
Group Theory for Chemists: Fundamental Theory and Applications
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Kieran C Molloy
Nautilus
17 min citite
Mathematics
Chaos Makes the Multiverse Unnecessary: Science predicts only the predictable, ignoring most of our chaotic universe.
Scientists look around the universe and see amazing structure. There are objects and processes of fantastic complexity. Every action in our universe follows exact laws of nature that are perfectly expressed in a mathematical language. These laws of n
Nautilus
17 min citite
Physics
Chaos Makes the Multiverse Unnecessary: Science predicts only the predictable, ignoring most of our chaotic universe.
Scientists look around the universe and see amazing structure. There are objects and processes of fantastic complexity. Every action in our universe follows exact laws of nature that are perfectly expressed in a mathematical language. These laws of n
Nautilus
11 min citite
The Sacred, Spherical Cows of Physics: Theoretical physics milks symmetry to power its newest tool.
Early in their training, many physics students come across the idea of spherical cows. Cows in the real world—even at their most plump and well-fed—are hardly spherical, and this makes it tricky to calculate things like, say, how their volume or surf
What Doctors Don't Tell You Australia/NZ
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Exercises To Unravel Pelvic Asymmetry
Beginning on the ground, try the following asymmetrical exercises to become aware of any asymmetry in your body. You may need more strength on one side and ease in the other. Alternating these with symmetrical positions, you can help imbalances come
ImagineFX
7 min citite
Artist Insight 15 TIPS FOR USING INFINITE PAINTER
Together, Jama and I will show off a variety of our favourite tools and techniques in Infinite Painter. Although I’m more of a traditional illustrator, I’ve been able to capture the look of traditional art, while taking advantage of some powerful too
Nautilus
5 min citite
Mathematics
Top Ten Unsung Geniuses: For these scientists, success and fame did not come in equal measure.
It’s easy to name science and math geniuses. I can just flip open my old book from the 1960s, which lists “100 Great Scientists”; it contains all the names you’d find on most popular lists of scientific geniuses: Einstein, Newton, Maxwell, Gauss, Boh
Nautilus
6 min citite
How Physics Is Like Three-Chord Rock: Like a set of common chords, the same math appears in diverse fields of physics.
A few years back, 12 million of us clicked over to watch the “Pachelbel Rant” on YouTube. You might remember it. Strumming repetitive chords on his guitar, comedian Rob Paravonian confessed that when he was a cellist, he couldn’t stand the Pachelbel
symmetry In Coordination Chemistry
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John P. Jr. Fackler
Artists Magazine
5 min citite
The Seven Principles of Design
In his classic book The Art of Color and Design, Maitland E. Graves says that all good designs are built on seven basic principles: balance, movement, pattern, emphasis, contrast, rhythm and unity. When you’re composing a picture, these principles ca
Nautilus
8 min citite
Impossible Cookware and Other Triumphs of the Penrose Tile: Infinite patterns that never repeat have moved from fantasy to reality.
In 1974, Roger Penrose, a British mathematician, created a revolutionary set of tiles that could be used to cover an infinite plane in a pattern that never repeats. In 1982, Daniel Shechtman, an Israeli crystallographer, discovered a metallic alloy w
Nautilus
4 min citite
What It Means to Live in a Holographic Universe
When you look in the mirror, the image you see looks a lot like you—not exactly the same, because when you raise your right hand, your mirror-self raises its left. What’s more, the mirror image is merely an assemblage of reflected light, without a ph
Nautilus
11 min citite
The Disappearing Physicist and His Elusive Particle: He ushered symmetry into theoretical physics, then vanished without a trace.
The members of the physics institute at Via Panisperna were in the habit of giving themselves jocular nicknames: Enrico Fermi was “The Pope,” Orso Corbino was “God the Almighty,” and Franco Rasetti was “The Cardinal Vicar.” It was 1930, and the Itali
Nautilus
7 min citite
The Cello Music of the Spheres: Experience mathematical beauty and symmetry in a multimedia work.
If there really is a music of the spheres, the sound of a fundamental harmony in the universe, it has to be Just Ancient Loops, a 2012 work by composer Michael Harrison. Played on the cello, and complemented by a film created from archival clips and
Nautilus
6 min citite
Forest for the Trees—Why We Recognize Faces & Constellations
For many thousands of years, and across cultures around the world, symmetry has been seen as beautiful. The mirror-image accuracy of the Parthenon is seen also in the Taj Mahal and the geometric patterns of traditional Navajo rugs. We see symmetry in
Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking in Quantum Field Theory
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Evan Hughes
Da Man
2 min citite
Psychology
All About Symmetry
There’s always something comforting about symmetry—an assurance, if you will, that things are right and in order. For Albert Yonathan Setyawan, the perception of order and beauty when looking at something symmetrical reflects back on our physical exi
Surfer
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A Crooked Path
Deep within the DNA of nearly every surf-board ever made, there has been a single unchanging rule: The Rule of Symmetry. It’s a sacrosanct law that has guided the hands and planers of board builders for the last hundred plus years of modern surfing.
Nautilus
7 min citite
Why Beauty Is Not Universal
We’re all human—so despite the vagaries of cultural context, might there exist a universal beauty that overrides the where and when? Might there be unchanging features of human nature that condition our creative choices, a timeless melody that guides
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