New Great Courses Lecture Series!

“This sentence is false.”

The famous Liar’s Paradox opens the first of 24 lectures, which range from pure mathematics to statistics, physics, and even political science.

Amazing conundrums include:

  1. *the Banach-Tarski Paradox, proving that a ball can be “split” into 6 pieces, which can be rearranged into 2 balls ... the same size as the original!

  2. *a disorienting, green screened trip into different twisted 3-dimensional spaces (in which I play catch ... with myself)

  3. *amazing demos with springs, spools, television screens, and even spaghetti noodles

  4. *a detailed look at how Godel used “strange loops” to prove his amazing Incompleteness Theorems.