Michael S. Schneider is an educator developing new perceptions of nature, science, art, and mathematics, holding workshops for teachers, artists, architects, and children concerning nature's numerical language. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn and a Master's Degree in Math Education from the University of Florida. He was a Fulbright-Hayes Scholar in India and taught in public schools for eleven years. An education writer and computer consultant, he designed the geometry harmonizing the statues at the entrance to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City, where he lives.
Hmmm i feel like this is one of those with some truth but not the whole truth. I felt like there was some contractions at times. I dunno, this book just didnt sit too well with me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by malobi
Ancient knowledge and science is the foundation of our current so-called civilisation. And those imposters who are masquerading as the founders and originators of scientific... Read morePublished 4 months ago by D. Njoku
This is a feast of a book. Better than that, it inspires you to go off and do more digging, more looking and more thinking for yourself. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jem
A good buy for all the family. A brilliant read, explaining the maths of the worlds nature, clearly and entertainingly.Published 16 months ago by Rosie Elliott
I was recommended this book and though I have found it tough going, it is superb. Forget your maths at school, this brings numbers and nature to life, this is real knowledge. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Guy M. Hall
I saw this at a friends house. Picked it up and looked at it, and I had to own one. - thoroughly recommended.Published 19 months ago by trelissa
Another favourite book of mine. It discribes the construction of different shapes. A must for kids as well. Very good.Published on 13 May 2013 by Omega Martinian