Mathematics is the study of using numbers and measurement to understand the world.

## Everything That’s True Can Be ProvenMyth

Everything is either true or not true, but not everything that is true can be proven true, and not everything false can be proven false.

## Sir Isaac Newton Discovered the Laws of MotionFact

Sir Isaac Newton can be said to have discovered the laws of motion, but more accurately, he refined the work of Aristotle, Galileo, Descartes, and others.

## The Average Person Can Make a Living off of BlackjackMyth

Very few can make a living off of blackjack. To win in the long run you must count cards, watch tables, risk big money, and employ questionable betting strategies.

## Alan Turing is the Father of Computer Science and AIFact

Alan Turing can be considered “the father of computer science and AI.” Turing made major contributions to computing, codebreaking, and even helped the Allies win WWII.

## Common Core Doesn’t WorkMyth

The Common Core works in theory, in that it should teach all kids key critical thinking skills, but the implementation has been under-supported leading to real issues.

## A Planck Unit Represents the Smallest Measurable UnitFact

Planck units, based on the reduced Planck constant (ℏ) and Planck constant (h), represent the smallest measurable units in the physical universe.

## Einstein Wrote ‘E=mc^2’ in His Famous PaperMyth

Einstein’s 1905 paper on mass-energy equivalence doesn’t actually say ‘E=mc^2‘ it says, roughly, ‘m=L/c^2‘.

## A Small Part of a Curved Surface Will Look “Flat”Fact

If you look at a curved surface from close up it will look “flat”, if you change your perspective and “zoom out” it will look “round”.

## Conway’s Game of Life Models EvolutionFact

Conway’s Game of Life is a simple rule-set that models the evolution of systems. It’s a “zero-player” computer program that demonstrates “cellular automata”.

## Everything Depends on Frame of ReferenceFact

Everything we perceive depends on our frame of reference. What we observe is relative to our point of view. In other words, “it is all a matter of perspective”.