For those of you who have been loyal fans of Jacob on this Channel.... he has a new book coming out called the Spark. You can enter for a chance to win a free copy at atrandom.com or you can preorder one at Barnes and Noble or Amazon.
Now you can see Jacob's Tedxteen talk on You Tube! Follow the link below or search, Jacob Barnett, tedxteen!
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See Jacob this coming Sunday on 60 minutes!
Will Indiana be the next Silicone Valley? Check out Jacob's preschool friend, Elliott! (and also a former student of Jacob's mom)! We are proud of you Elliott! And we are glad to see you doing what you love!
Please watch for Jake coming up on 60 minutes! Also you can find Jacob's summer research published in physical review A! Thank you for watching!
Look for Jacob to be on 60 minutes on October 2nd! It was a busy summer. He did research and is now published in Physical Review A also!
See Jacob on his new facebook fan page!
Jacob's charity is at www.myjacobsplace.com . You can read about it on the main page. The website was designed by a fellow pre-teen Aspergers kid! If you are interested in making a donation to Jacob's Place, please feel free to use paypal at email@example.com
White Boards... Please send them to IUPUI care of Jacob Barnett. Jacob likes to make them full of math and keep them up for review while working on his theories. I did not mean one, but many. And no he is not imitating other scientists doing this on windows. It is because there is room. Not having whiteboards and wanting him to stop writing on my windows is actually why he sent his theory off to Princeton.
Why is this channel named mathboysmom? Yep it does seem lame now. I agree. I began it when he was doing some of these for highschool speech class. Jake took all of highschool. He was a little kid when I made the channel...and no I cannot use an I Flip. I am proud of it, and after learning all of this math I am not going to try!
Jake did some new videos on dark matter for you. Also for younger kids interested in math see a new way to multiply!