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### Why does toast always land butter-side down?

Light-hearted treatment of this subject on the BBC's h2g2 site.

### Model Behavior: The Mathematics of Juggling

Mathematics helps jugglers create new juggling patterns and help explain why some are more difficult than others.

### MacTutor History of Mathematics archive

A very detailed history of Mathematics and Science. The site contains over 1500 biographies of people ranging from Ahmes (1680 - 1610 BC) to Simon Kirwan Donaldson (1957 - )

### Circles of light: the mathematics of rainbows

An in-depth study of the mathematics involved in the study of rainbows. For advanced students only.

### Butter Side Up

Mythbusters look at the factors that determine whether your toast lands butter side up or down.

### Notable Women of Computing & Mathematics

This site contains a list of links to, and biographies of, notable women in Mathematics and computing.

### The World of Mathematics

Comprehensive site all about maths covering geometry, graphs, probability and much more.

### Electrons and Magicians

A mathematical site which looks at the quantum mechanics of spin and entanglement , and an experimental idea that contradicts the mathematics.