11:15, restate my assumptions: 

1. Mathematics is the language of nature.

2. Everything around us can be represented and understood through numbers.

3. If you graph these numbers, patterns emerge.

Therefore: There are patterns everywhere in nature.

Max Cohen, Pi, the movie from Darren Aronofsky, 1998


I’m strongly convinced that science and rationality are an vital tool of evolution in modern society, I see it everywhere in my daily life. The world is governed by maths even in the smallest banality.

In “Maths evolution”, I’m interested to dig in the complexity to transmist knowledge and how they are taught to another generation. I am particularly touched by the different capacities of abstraction, singular ways to learn to count, methods of reflextion, problems and their techniques. On one hand, as a former teacher, I felt a real commitment and engagement to education, only way a civilization has to advance and evolve…

Moreover, it is also a way to pay tribute to my former teachers who taught me to love science, in a permanent challenge of our status quo and hence, to discover what sorrounds us.