Crazy Inventors The Japanese are famous for their crazy inventions. Glasses with windshield wipers. AI suitcases that walk behind you. Symbolic Love https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun06Loop.mp4 The wedding ring is symbolic for man reasons One is that it’s round. Two is the finger it’s on. Dry Cleaning Disaster I had an old […]

## Surrounded by Unsolvable Solutions

3D Puzzles There are a lot of cool, 3D block puzzles. Kind of like jigsaw puzzles, but because they are 3D and not 2D it’s always pretty complicated how to put them together. When they are put together, they seem to be very simple. Until you take them apart, and they become […]

## Math Horse

Subconscious Arithmetic Once there was a horse that could do basic arithmetic. He attracted a lot of attention from locals and media. Then the scientists came to study this. Hypnotic Words Unimportant https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr13Loop.mp4 An interesting double blind study was done on hypnotists, and hypnotic scripts. The gathered the best hypnotic scripts […]

## Music Algorithm

Loves To Code I have a friend who is a programmer, and he makes a lot of money doing it. Even though he loves programming, he also loves music. One of his hobbies recently has been creating an algorithm to create pop music that won’t be discernable from human written music. Linguistic […]

## Hallucinated Statistics

Monty Hall There is an interesting problem in statistics and probability known as the Monty Hall problem. You can choose one of three doors. Behind one door is a car, behind the other two are goats. You choose door number three, and then Monty Hall opens door number one, showing a goat, […]

## Mirror Universe

Original Super Genius Emmy Noether is undoubtedly one of the most under appreciated mathematicians of all time. She developed this abstract theory back in the 1800’s relating symmetry and conservation laws. That every time there is a conversation law, there will be an associated symmetry law, and vice versa. Cause Effect Paradox […]

## Imaginary Paradoxes

Gabriel’s Horn There is a paradox in calculus called the Horn of Gabriel. It’s a mathematical function, a three dimensional representation of the two dimensional equation y=1/x, but rotated around the x axis. The reason it is considered a paradox is this is a three dimensional shape with infinite surface area but finite […]

## Immortal Monkey Apocalypse

Shakespeare Experiment There’s a theory that if you put enough monkeys on an island, each banging away on a typewriter, they’ll eventually produce all the works of Shakespeare. This is true in theory, so long as they bang on a typewriter long enough, a certain percentage of the random stuff they type will make […]

## Circle Origin Story

Trigonometry is Magic One of the coolest discoveries in mathematics is that of trigonometry. Since cycles are a deep part of the natural world, and trigonometry deals in cycles, its discovery helped humans to understand a lot more than they did previously. It all started by wondering about the mathematical descriptions of the […]

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