Mathematics: The Language of Nature

Topological Magic Tricks: Shapes as a Method for Deception
Topology is an inherently magical branch of mathematics. Magicians use topological magic tricks as a plot and as a method.
Geometric Magic Tricks: Conjuring with Size and Geometry
This article discusses the principles of geometric magic tricks that use geometry as a method to create the illusion of magic, such as missing square puzzles.
Where is the Easter Bunny?
Where is the Easter Bunny? is a geometric Easter magic trick by Martin Gardner. Create your own Easter magic trick with this updated version.
Unknot Diagrams: The Art and Magic of the Trivial Knot
The unknot, or trivial knot, is the simpelest mathematical knot. This article presents complex unknot diagrams and how it inspired art and theatrical magic.
Paradoxes of Size: A Treatise on Geometric Vanishes
Paradoxes of Size is an ebook that discusses the mathematical principles of geometric vanishes and how to perform them as a magic trick.
Friday the 13th: The Science of Paraskevidekatriaphobia
Why is Friday the 13th considered to be unlucky? What is paraskevidekatriaphobia and on what do scientists say about this auspicious day?
The Greatest Wall: Magic with the Tangram Paradox
Walls are not impenetrable border. Humans will always find a way around the walls. The Greatest Wall applies the tangram paradox to perform a magic trick.
Gonzinta Box Construction Kit: Create Your Own Gozinta Boxes
Create your own Gozinta Boxes with this construction kit, two pieces of paper, a knife and some glue.