(bowie15 via iStock/beccarra via Shutterstock/Salon) August 12, 2016 12:58PM (UTC) This article was originally published by Scientific American. Every memory you have ever had is chock-full of errors.
The Post’s national security reporters Greg Miller and Souad Mekhennet recently wrote about the son of Osama bin Laden’s chief bombmaker, Mohammed Masri. In a series of exclusive interviews with Miller
A kid can understand the question, but no one can answer it. Part of the beauty of mathematics is that seemingly simple patterns lead to much more complicated questions and theories. The Collatz conjecture,