The Plastic Brain

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THIS

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The Amazing Spider-Math Equation

Just so you know, most directors consult some sort of actual scientists to get the details of their superhero movies right. The Amazing Spider-Man went a step further, to design an equation for a chalkboard scene that would describe how cell regeneration and mortality would work.

Because if you don’t get the scientific details right, Neil deGrasse Tyson will find you, ridicule you, and make you change your movie.

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( Boing Boing)

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Penrose triangle – or is it?

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Can’t look away…

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About 6 minutes. Gah.

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Here is the maths behind Theo Jensen’s Strandbeests.

In the left, the original Jansen’s mechanism with it’s walking curve, and in the right, a simplified version.

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(vía Geometría Dinámica » El mecanismo de Jansen)

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