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This book, inspired from Paul Erdős‘ notion of the Book, presents some beautiful proofs to some intriguing math problems. Both the problems and proofs presented here are elegant, clear, and artistic.

This book presents glimpses (literally, with one page picture and one page description to each topic) to some selected people/ideas/discoveries/milestones from Mathematics. Inspiring. Someone with a college math/CS background is bound to be enthralled. The most remarkable part of this book is that it never goes deep into any topic, it just gives a flash and then diving deep is up to you. I bought this book for my little sister in mind, but I will keep it myself, see!

This video, from http://dimensions-math.org, gives an awesome mathematical introduction to higher physical dimensions. There are several videos, available with subtitle and narration in several languages. You can download them freely.

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On the other hand, this video, from http://www.tenthdimension.com/, presents higher dimensions from a different viewpoint.. Baffling.

You don’t need to go to stars to feel the amazing. Our body — the mechanism of life — is an incomprehensible wonder. This video shows how our cellular machinery creates one molecule of protein.

Compared to the age and expanse of the universe, we humans are so small and insignificant. We should be more humble.