uk census info

Census data released – Tuesday 11 December

Census 2011 in 10 top 10 charts

UK Data Service

UK Web Archive Open Data


Mathematics of bookmaking “In gambling parlance, making a book is the practice of laying bets on the various possible outcomes of a single event. The term originates from the practice of recording such wagers in a hard-bound ledger (the ‘book’) and gives the English language the term bookmaker for the person laying the bets and […]

Mathematics: The language of the universe

Decoding The Universe The Great Math Mystery Documentary 2015

Fractals – Hunting The Hidden Dimension [Full – Hd 720p]

Great Mathematicians, Great Scientists

Carl Friedrich Gauss

Isaac Newton

John Forbes Nash Jr.

Stephen Hawking

The story of the amazing indian genius: Srinivasa Ramanujan

Srinivasa Ramanujan


Marriage and divorce statistics by country

MAP: Divorce Rates Around The World

World’s 10 Most Divorced Nations

OECD Family Database OECD – Social Policy Division – Directorate of Employment, Labour and Social Affairs SF3.1: Marriage and divorce rates

World Marriage Data 2008

Marriage and divorce statistics

People > Divorce rate: Countries Compared

How married […]

zero sum game

Bud Fox: How much is enough? Gordon Gekko: It’s not a question of enough, pal. It’s a zero sum game, somebody wins, somebody loses. Money itself isn’t lost or made, it’s simply transferred from one perception to another. ref:

In game theory and economic theory, a zero-sum game is a mathematical representation of a […]

Mathematicians and Theology

Odds on that God exists, says scientist

Q: How do I estimate the probability that God exists?

Pascal’s Wager about God


The Story Of God With Morgan Freeman


Benford’s Law or First Digit Law

“ Notice that the distribution of first digits for “cash in wallet” is nearly identical to “first digit of street address.” One might expect that the distribution would be uniform — meaning that a street address beginning with 5 is just as likely as one beginning with 9. But it is not. In fact the […]

The Virtual Currency: Bitcoin

The Virtual Currency: Bitcoin

The Cryptography of Bitcoin


Probability, Statistics, The Law of Large Numbers, … etc


The Law of large numbers states: Given a random variable with a finite expected value, if its values are repeatedly sampled, as the number of these observations increases, their mean will tend to approach and stay close to the expected value.


The Monty Hall Problem A scene from a film, […]