Another post from Tap Into Teen Minds. Enjoy!
Dive into a bag of Doritos Roulette and determine whether there are really 1 hot chip for every 6 regular chips like the image on the bag suggests.
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You’ve seen “which one is different” before. (I first remember seeing this particular question from John Bament at a T3 session in 2014, although he might have gotten it from somewhere else. He sent it to the participants as a Quick Poll and showed us our quite varied results.) You’ve seen “Odd One Out” before. […]
I was looking for a cover photo for Visualizing Math mobile, and came across this cool animation. From Wikimedia, it is an animation of the Dragon curve. (For anyone who has ever been curious about what Visualizing Math’s little icon is, this is it!)The Dragon curve is a very fascinating fractal. It’s construction can be described as such: “Starting from a base segment, replace each segment by 2 segments with a right angle and with a rotation of 45° alternatively to the right and to the
“A new book says yes. The facts say fuck no with a cherry on top.” (Quotation slightly modified for emphasis.) I think this is the day that Jon Ronson joins Steven Pinker in my Never To Be Taken Seriously Again file.