All posts by Lê Nguyên Hoang

The Triangle of Power

September 18, 2016Article5587 vuesEdit
Notations do not matter to the essence of mathematics. But poor notations can be misleading. Notations based on exponents, radicals and logarithms definitely are. They are very distinct, even though they are supposed to describe very similar relations between numbers. The triangle of power is a recently proposed alternative. In short, I am convinced!

Minkowski’s Spacetime | Relativity 23

June 15, 2016Relativity1769 vuesEdit

What does E=mc² really mean? Relativity 22

June 12, 2016Relativity1727 vuesEdit

The Poincaré conjecture | Relativité 21

June 08, 2016Relativity13264 vuesEdit

Albert Einstein, the iconic figure of science | Genius 2

June 05, 2016Genius592 vuesEdit

Twin & Grandfather Paradox | Science4All 20

June 01, 2016Relativity3046 vuesEdit

Can’t you “see” the Big Bang? Relativity 19

May 29, 2016Relativity746 vuesEdit

Einstein’s biggest blunder | Relativity 18

May 25, 2016Relativity1257 vuesEdit

Einstein’s heart palpitations | Relativity 17

May 22, 2016Relativity1362 vuesEdit

Is gravity acceleration or curvature? Relativity 16

May 18, 2016Relativity12936 vuesEdit

General relativity explained! Relativity 15

May 14, 2016Relativity26858 vuesEdit

Einstein’s happiest thought | Relativity 14

May 11, 2016Relativity3388 vuesEdit

How did Newton figure out gravity? Relativity 13

May 08, 2016Relativity1640 vuesEdit

Don’t heavier objects fall faster? Relativity 12

May 04, 2016Relativity22740 vuesEdit

Hyperbolic Geometry | Relativity 11

April 21, 2016Relativity1848 vuesEdit

Curved-space geometry | Relativity 10

April 18, 2016Relativity3271 vuesEdit

What’s wrong with that map? Relativity 9

April 15, 2016Relativity10309 vuesEdit

The shapes of soccer balls | Relativity 8

April 12, 2016Relativity2412 vuesEdit

MIT Glimpse Bonus Episode (Best Advice)

April 10, 2016Web0 vuesEdit
This is a bonus episode by MIT Glimpse Podcast I was quoted in. It’s a pretty cool episode that features advices given by MIT postdocs.

John Nash, a Beautiful Mind | Genius 1

April 08, 2016Genius1537 vuesEdit