Best theorem podcasts we could find (Updated September 2017)
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My Favorite Theorem
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Join us as we spend each episode talking with a mathematical professional about their favorite result. And since the best things in life come in pairs, find out what our guest thinks pairs best with their theorem.
 
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Truth Theorem Radio
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Truth Theorem Radio
 
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Pythagorean Theorem What's The Point?
 
The Pythagorean Thereom is the algebraic method of finding a missing length of a right triangle.
 
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podcast – Mostly Erlang
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Erlang and sometimes other functional programming
 
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Bite-sized History of Mathematics
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Mathematics has been done in particular times and places for thousands of years. Behind the theorems, equations, techniques and applications taught in the lecture room is a history of false starts, astonishing breakthroughs, remarkable personalities, fruitful collaborations, misattribution of credit, and disputes over who discovered what first. A series of stories, in fact. The materials aim to give students some of the history which lies behind a selection of the famous names and equations ...
 
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Convex Optimization (EE364B)
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Concentrates on recognizing and solving convex optimization problems that arise in engineering. Convex sets, functions, and optimization problems. Basics of convex analysis. Least-squares, linear and quadratic programs, semidefinite programming, minimax, extremal volume, and other problems. Optimality conditions, duality theory, theorems of alternative, and applications. Interiorpoint methods. Applications to signal processing, control, digital and analog circuit design, computational geomet ...
 
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Terry Gilliam: Meet the Filmmaker
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Director Terry Gilliam (Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Brazil) discusses his latest film. The Zero Theorem sees a reclusive computer genius who’s work on a mysterious project aimed at discovering the purpose of existence – or the lack thereof – is continuously interrupted by Management. Hosted by Chris Hewitt at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
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Mathematics 1A
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This topic together with MATH1122 Mathematics 1B is designed for students who have studied SACE Stage 2 Mathematical Studies and who wish to proceed to a degree in any discipline which requires higher level mathematics. It is the standard prerequisite for all higher level topics in mathematics that require knowledge of first year mathematics.The material covered includes: functions, limits and continuity, differential calculus, computation of derivatives, the chain rule, Intermediate Value a ...
 
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In this month's episode of Wrong, But Useful, Colin and Dave are joined by @niveknosdunk, who is Professor Kevin Knudson in real life. Kevin, along with previous Special Guest Co-Host @evelynjlamb, has recently launched a podcast, My Favorite Theorem The number of the podcast is 12; Kevin introduces us to sublime numbers, highly composite numbe ...…
 
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Reaching Eden - The Gears of Eden Podcast
 
We’re back with another episode of Reaching Eden, the podcast from the development team of space game, Gears of Eden. We provide updates on our project, as well as creative inspiration. We also talk a little bit about the games we’ve been playing lately. This week, our updates include Phase 2, our first patch update, short stories, and sandwich ...…
 
Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/tededView full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-many-ways-are-there-to-prove-the-pythagorean-theorem-betty-feiWhat do Euclid, 12-year-old Einstein, and American President James Garfield have in common? They all came up with elegant proofs for the famous Pythagorean theorem, one of the mo ...…
 
Get set for some modern day honky-tonk and roots rock from Eilen Jewell, JD McPherson and newcomer Haley Thompson-King, plus a new double disc from Luna, who fortunately decided to get back together, plus we’ll go dark with a couple picks from our nighttime sound -- a truly deep concept record from Public Service Broadcasting paired up with a c ...…
 
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Machine Learning – Software Engineering Daily
 
Loans give people more financial security. If people know that they can receive a loan, they will be more willing to take intelligent risks. A loan can allow for a short-term investment that pays off enough to justify the interest rate on that loan. For the lender, a loan can be a fantastic return on capital–as long as the lendee does not defau ...…
 
The boys power through a Harry cold to discuss disputes between Utah House Speaker Greg Hughest and Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski (0:00-12:00) and a bizarre DABC fine of a Catholic church fundraiser (12:00-17:00). An action-packed BSPN discusses the recently released Francis Bernard video disparaging the BYU Honor Code (17:00-23:00), BY ...…
 
Res: is a map from L^1(-D) to(H^1(D))* sending w to the map Res_w on T(D) defined bySum r_p. p maps to sum res_p (r_p w)Then if sum r_p .p lies in image of alpha_D, i.e. They are truncated Laurent tails of some f, then res_p (r_p w)= res_p (fw).So their sum is 0, by residue theorem. Thus Res_w factors through H^1(D)…
 
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Business and Philosophy
 
Religious extremists use technology to recruit vulnerable individuals to a violent cause. Google is developing ways to combat this extremism through its platforms, namely YouTube. When a user looks for inflammatory religious or supremacist content, YouTube’s “Redirect Method” instead sends those users toward anti-terrorist videos. Google’s figh ...…
 
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Podcast – Software Engineering Daily
 
Religious extremists use technology to recruit vulnerable individuals to a violent cause. Google is developing ways to combat this extremism through its platforms, namely YouTube. When a user looks for inflammatory religious or supremacist content, YouTube’s “Redirect Method” instead sends those users toward anti-terrorist videos. Google’s figh ...…
 
Proof use Stokes theorem, integral of omega in terms of residue and the fact that if w is holomorphic then dw is 0
 
Duce & Easy have their first guest! Nate from the Stupid Geniuses podcast joins the table to discuss whether Men really are Trash.They discuss how fair it is for guys to play netball in a girl dominated league.Lots of gags and giggles in this one..enjoy!
 
Suppose X is smooth projective curve of degree d and G is homogeneous of deg e.Let H be linear then H^e are G are of same degree so div(H^e) and div(G) are linearly equivalent (they differ by principal divisor div(G/H^e)) and as X is compact, they have same degree (since principal Divisors on compact Riemann surface have deg 0)Thus deg(div G) = ...…
 
Let X be the Zero of f(z,w) and p a node. Then the quadratic terms of the Taylor series expansion of f at p factors into distinct linear factors which lift to f= gh. Around p, the zeroes of X looks like zeroes X_g union with X_h. Delete p from all three and glue them together. The result is a Riemann surface (if f is irreducible) since at least ...…
 
Must then be isom to Riemann spheref gives a holomorphic map from X to the Riemann sphere. By open mapping theorem, image is open. As f is continuous, image is closed, so f is surjective.Counting fiber over infinity, we see that degree of f is 1 so f is injective.Bijective holomorphic maps are biholomorphic.…
 
F: X to Y.Take charts centered at p and F(p). Suppose Taylor series for F wrt these charts start with term of power m. Then F = w^m S(w) for some holomorphic S s.t. S(w) is not 0. By inverse function theorem applying to z maps to z^m, we can define m-th root on a very small neighborhood around S(w), I.e. On a nghood of S(w) we have holomorphic ...…
 
hurwitz's theorem relates genus and hence Euler numbers of X and Y if there is a non-constant holomorphic map F: X to Y. Take a triangulation of Y and lift that to X. If the fiber over dry point has size d then clearly Euler number of X is d times Euler number of Y.If we count points with multiplicity then indeed the fiber over every q I Y has ...…
 
Take open handles U, V intersecting at disjoint union of two cylinders A, B. All of these are homotopic to circle. The MV-sequence then ends at H^2(M). Thus the last map is surjective and so H^2(M) is isom to H^1(U cap V)/ kernel of last map = ker of previous map.Previous map is H^1(U) + H^1(U) to H^1(U cap V) = H^1(A) + H^1(B)Note that as A is ...…
 
Previously, we compute it by establishing a surjectionZ^1(S^1) to R given by a maps to integral over S1 of a. The kernel of this is B^1. To show the exact forms are in the kernel, simply use Stokes. To show reverse direction, use correspondence between forms on S1 and periodic forms on R, then use anti-Derivative.To use MV, cover S1 with open a ...…
 
Riemann integral on closed rectangle in Euclidean space. Then lebesgue on bounded region of Rn with boundary or measure 0.To define integration of n form with compact support on M, first define integral of n form with compact support on open subsets of Rn. These are w = f dx1 wedge ... dxn, so the integral can be defined to be integral of f. Th ...…
 
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My Favorite Theorem
 
This transcript is provided as a courtesy and may contain errors. Evelyn Lamb: Welcome to My Favorite Theorem. I’m your host Evelyn Lamb. I am a freelance math writer usually based in Salt Lake City but currently based in Paris. And this is your other host. KK: I’m Kevin Knudson, professor of mathematics at the University of Florida. EL: Every ...…
 
Special guest Gavin Norman (author of The Complete Vivimancer and Theorems & Thaumaturgy) joins us to discuss Jack Vance‘s The Dying Earth!Jack Vance originally wrote the loosely connected stories that comprise The Dying Earth while serving in the United States Merchant Marine during World War II. Vance’s fiction had started appearing in pulp m ...…
 
Stephen Scoggins has been referred to as an empowering communicator who educates audiences on how to heal from their past, grow where they are planted, then goes out to help others do the same. Coming from a broken home led him into a life full of failures and disappointments. With minimal income coming in for his family, he was forced to drop ...…
 
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The Fandom Podcast
 
Episode 125 We are doing a quick meetup for those in Utah the day this episode drops (July 25, 2017) at the Orem City Center Park from 6-8 pm. Everyone is welcome and it will be a laid back, low key experience. Bring your own food or snacks and hang out with us and with the guys from the Protagonist Podcast. Shoot us a Quick Message to let us k ...…
 
A Lie go is a manifold that is also a group where multiplication and inverse are smooth. GLn is a Lie go because multiplication is polynomial function of coordinates and inverse can be computed using Cramer's rule. SLn is also a Lie group because restricting codomain of a smooth map to a regular submanifold gives a smooth map. We could also use ...…
 
The regular level set theorem is a consequence of submersion theorem, which is a consequence of Constant Rank Theorem. A more general version of RLST is Constant Rank Level Set theorem, where f does not need to have maximal rank on the level set. The theorem gives normal form for map of continent Rank. It implies that every immersion is locally ...…
 
Every variety N in Rn cut out by f1, ..., fm can be viewed as the zero level set of F= (f1, ..., fm). If N doesn't contain any critical pts of F, by Regular Level Set Theorem, it must be a regular submanifold.The critical points of F are points p where all mxm minors of JF(p) vanish.
 
A Level set that doesn't contain critical points must be a regular submanifold, i.e, is locally cut out by coordinate. To show that for the case of F: N to R^m, simply note that at p, once we fix a coordinate patch, the Jacobian of F is a submersion so there must be an mxm invertible submatrix. Use that to replace some coordinates by Fi.…
 
Wine Time (tentative name) are short fun podcasts made in the spur of the moment. Today, we picked up some canned wine from Infinite Monkey Theorem. T-Mo and a friend, Struffy, tried both the White and Rosé Canned Wine to see what all the fuss was about. These are short 3 to 7 minute podcast meant to fill the voids between the longer full episo ...…
 
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Mr. Tony Dennis' Podcast
 
GRUV DETROIT PRESENTS - A GRUV THEOREM
 
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SpaceKaiju Podcasts
 
This week on TBP I have my friend Jered joining me on the show as he shares 1985's (Brazil ) and (The Zero Theorem) also I share a ThrowBack film in (The Departed)
 
Eclectic sounds for work and travelGraphics by Ojingi ©Wheat Field - Jed KurzelMombasstic (Raj Pannu Remix) - Talvin SinghRain River - Alif TreeEmerge - TheoremFor Tonight - dBridgeDumped - Mr. G, G FlameUntitled - Terrence DixonGesamtkunstwerk - DopplereffektWho Am I (Chateau Flight Mix) - Peace OrchestraOne of A Kind (Tzechar RMX) - G DragonS ...…
 
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Little Known Facts with Ilana Levine
 
Tony Award Winner, Ben Platt and Academy Award nominee, Lucas Hedges share the podcast stage on this episode of "Little Known Facts with Ilana Levine". These two huge stars are old friends and share their history, passions, struggles and triumphs with great candor on this special episode. Go behind the scenes backstage at "Dear Evan Hansen" and ...…
 
Patrick Barry, Special Guest Star Sienna Shanelaris, & Eli Marietta receive a transmission from the White House before investigating Sienna's VP win and religionTrump Background Music = BLOOD. by Kendrick Lamarhttps://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/album/blood/id1223592280?i=1223592491&mt=1&app=musicVP Hype Music = No Love by Death Gripshttps://geo.it ...…
 
The Simpson's might be one of the most successful TV shows ever written, but it's also the most mathematical! Science writer Simon Singh shares the in-jokes, hidden references and maths tributes from the show, as well as his own love of Fermat's infamous Last Theorem and why it's important to stretch young mathematicians. Plus we ponder the poi ...…
 
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Women in Math: The Limit Does Not Exist
 
Kiley Roberson gives a biography on the 18th century French mathematician Sophie Germain. Sophie is one of the first mathematicians to make significant progress on proving Fermat's Last Theorem, as well as making several contributions all over mathematics, physics, and philosophy. This podcast is part of Damien Adams' series Women in Math: The ...…
 
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Eat Sleep Code Podcast
 
On this episode we crossover with the Cross Cutting Concerns podcast for a special dual interview show. Matt Groves talks about CAP theorem and the challenges of distributed databases. Ed Charbeneau shares his perspective on why it's important as a full-stack developer to understand machine learning.…
 
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