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    • All is Number

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      All is Number is precisely that, all about numbers. Dr. Shirin Haque of The University of West Indies takes on a numerical adventure in this 22-minute feature. Referred to as a “math appetizer” it reveals the countless elements in the region that seem to have very little to do with Mathematics, but in reality are highly effected by the field.

      This is the second in a series of science films produced by the UWI. It was filmed in both Barbados and Trinidad. It’s mission and I think it accomplishes it, is to showcase mathematics as the language of nature. It proves that mathematics is just as alluring as nature itself.

      Dr. Haque targets people at the high school level and above with this film. She takes the viewers on a Mathematic adventure through a pass less travelled. What she accomplishes is bringing home the knowledge that we are surrounded everyday by mathematics but are simply not aware of it.

      All is Number examines the role mathematics plays in electronics, nature, the environment, music, economics, art, medicine and many more aspects of our daily lives. Fractals and the chaos theory are also examined in this film. Take 22 minutes to mesmerize yourself in the world of numbers.

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      Published on July 14, 2010 · Filed under: Science, Technology
    • Darnell

      If you have not watched any of the doc’s on mathematics on here then one “might” be refreshing….

    • Bart

      Very refreshing to see a non- European/American documentary about science. It does feel a bit like a ‘join our mathematics club’, though. Nevertheless in some ways an eye-opener and a nice contribution to the library.

    • Steve UK

      Nice to see a science documentary from another part of the world. Should be stimulating at high school level.
      Good work. Keep it up.

    • Steve UK

      A good attempt at popularizing science and a nice to see a documentary coming from another part of the world. A quicker pace would increase its appeal at the high school level.
      Good work. Keep it up.

    • Wooopie

      I think this documentary can be highly influental. It is brought in such a positive way that it can excite both older and younger people.