>>11691603

Hyperbolic euclidean geometry i think that looks like. I started off on youtube with the map of mathematics and audiobooks on history maths as a species when we started off counting and egyptions discovering fractions to pythagoras trigonometry and euclidean geometry, then moved onto algebra as was the next breakthrough during the golden age of enlightement 15th century i thinnnk?

Algebra introduced letters and got into the core algorithms of what happens when you plug in numbers to them to calculate stuff. Also invented the zero probably.

Newton and leibnitz came along and ushered the rennaisance in the early 17th with pricipia mathematica, that stuff introduced a new way to descibe reality with his laws of motion, three rules he derived from his brand new form of calculus that dealt with the relationships between infinities and the infinitely small to find areas under a curve.

Round the same time You had gauss, james clarke maxwell and james watt, faraday working mathematical equations for electicity and elecromagnatism. V = IR etc.

Euler is probably the best mathematician ever known to produce the relationships of pi and irrational numbers in his famous equation.. i forgot it but its cool from what i remember.

Boolean algebra was also discovered/invented which ushered information theory, condensing information down to either a true or false statements including boolean algebra which counts in binary we use for computers.

Einstein bridged space and time into his equations for special relativity and solved the relationships between matter and spacetime with general relativity.

Also with dirac, heisenberg, shrodinger, feynman, rutherford, curie and a heap of other crazy cats then took einsteins nobel idea of the photoelectric effect do demonstrate that light is both a wave and a particle to give us the field of quantum mechanics and eventually the standad model of particles

This is only just the tip tho