Every day, dozens of asteroids pass by our planet. Many are hundreds of millions of kilometers away but every so often one passes by much closer. The table below shows some of these asteroids, along with a hyperlink to the NASA small-body database. NameDistance (km)Velocity (km/h)Hazardous
This is a self-updating feed from DSCOVR [https://epic.gsfc.nasa.gov/]. I love this set of images. It is amazing to think that this entire world we live in is contained within that small globe you see on the screen. Images from (loading).
The following theorem is taken from Levi Ben Gershon's manuscript Maaseh Hoshev (The Art of Calculation), 1321. > When you add consecutive numbers starting with 1, and the number of numbers you add is odd, the result is equal to the product of the middle number among them times the last
As part of our project for Programming Language Concepts [https://www.southampton.ac.uk/courses/modules/comp2212.page] at the University of Southampton [https://www.southampton.ac.uk/], Jet Holt [https://jetholt.com/] and I made StreASM [https://github.com/daniellockyer/StreASM], a stream processing language based upon Assembly. You
Whilst re-implementing the paper "A Cooperative Coevolutionary Approach to Function Optimization [http://cs.gmu.edu/~mpotter/pubs/ppsn94.pdf]" by Mitchell Potter and Kenneth De Jong for a Computer Science assignment, I noticed a typo in one of the benchmark functions. In the paper, the Schwefel function is listed on