Numbers

Two

Last month’s word was numbers. From day one the number two was lingering in the back of my mind. Zero and one. The binary system exists out of two very powerful elements. Like Yin and Yang. Black and White. Yes and No. Done or not done. Very binary. BorisTaking plastic places. Exploring my inner child …

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Zero, One, Two and Three

There’s two things that I’m constantly obsessed with: numbers and maps. I see numbers everywhere and it doesn’t spare my toy photography. From taking pictures to post-processing I have the need to use what I consider “nice” numbers. Prime numbers, multiples of two or three, powers of two, five and ten, 42, palindromic numbers (either …

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2,786 m under the sea

When Boris asked us to write, this month, an article about numbers, I was a bit puzzled. [clickToTweet tweet=”‘You don’t have to be a mathematician to have a feel for numbers.’ – John Forbes Nash Jr. ” quote=”‘You don’t have to be a mathematician to have a feel for numbers.’ – John Forbes Nash Jr.”] …

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One Number To Unite Them

When I started thinking about numbers related to our favourite plastic toys the magical SEVEN instantly appeared in front of me. Like in The Magnificent SEVEN, Snow White And The SEVEN Dwarfs  or SEVEN Deadly Sins. Just…well…a little more out-of-this-world kind of… Back in 1978 Red and White were the first two spacemen to enter …

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Numbers

The 5th month of the year (read May) is halfway and we have not introduced our next word in this series of twelve. One could argue that it is all about priorities, and indeed we are juggling with a lot of different ones at the same time. Researching the upcoming RLFM days later this month …

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