Here’s a video my dad and I shot in 2013, when I was 13, on the subject of paradoxes, which I find pretty interesting. We discuss and show examples of paradoxes from the worlds of math, philosophy, and pop culture:
Below is a critique of a Pi visualization mural planned by the Green School in Brooklyn, funded by the Kickstarter community. In this 12 minute video, I explore the difference between the Fibonacci and Golden spirals, and explain why neither one of them is helpful in visualizing Pi (as planned by the Green School). I’d like to thank my calculus tutor, Jono Schrode of Mill Valley Math, and my media studies tutor, Craig Sarachene.
Pi Day (March 14th, i.e. 3-14) is the greatest holiday of the year, in this or any other culture. Math ninjas, please enjoy my past Pi Day videos!
There’s also one of me deriving the quadratic formula when I was 8. If I can stand my squeaky voice I’ll post that one too.