Fluids and Fault Lines
by G. Golitsyn
Why large earthquakes are rather rare.
Carl Friedrich Gauss (part II)
by S. Gindikin
More about this "prince of mathematicians."
The eye and the sky
by V. Surdin
The art of seeing distant objects.
Physics Contest: Tunnel trouble
by Larry D. Kirkpatrick and Arthur Eisenkraft
New twists on classic gravitation problems.
Kaleidoscope: Do you know atoms and their nuclei?
by A. Leonovich
Getting down to basics.
Digit Demographics: Repartitioning the world
by V. Arnold
Population and the powers of two.
At the Blackboard I: Fuel economy on the Moon
by A. Stasenko
A practical problem of no use (at present).
At the Blackboard II: The Markov equation
by M. Krein
Diophantus, Vieta, Pythagoras ... cameo appearances galore.
Informatics: Cantor Cheese
by Don Piele
A new column by an old friend of Dr. Mu.
How Do You Figure?: Challenges in Physics and Math
Brainteasers: Just for the Fun of It!
Check out this sample!
Scientific crossword puzzle.
Report on the 40th International Mathematical Olympiad.
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