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Comment count is 25
Runic - 2009-07-02

I honestly didn't expect this one to get voted in, much less this quick. I thought this kind of video would appeal to me, and nobody else. Glad to see other people like it.

mouser - 2009-07-02

I expected this to be the kind of video that makes your head spin into agony.

Though it was a clear explanation. -1 for that.

Toenails - 2009-07-02

I honestly thought this was a dupe.

Of course, I could be just confusing this with all the searches I did of "An Eternal Golden Braid", and 4th dimensional geometry. This clip shows up on a lot of those related videos.

I like how the pre-load image reminds me of the Mandelbrot set.

fluffy - 2015-05-04

It's kinda related. Each iteration of the Mandelbrot set is a translation + inversion on the complex plane.

Sputum - 2009-07-02

Mathematics is the most perfect and beautiful way to understand the universe.

A close second is watching stupid internet videos of retards failing skateboard tricks and hurting themselves into infinity.

mouser - 2009-07-02

Except those are called Cubitus Transformations.

Camonk - 2009-07-02

Oh yeah? Let's see your MATH explain why, when I look in a mirror, I don't look nothin' like a ape. Right, only Jesus can explain that. Good try though, Einstein.

Sputum - 2009-07-02

You're forgetting that Jesus was the derivative of Pi times a black hole squared.

Huskerdu324 - 2009-07-02

The music also enhances the quality.

kennydra - 2009-07-02

I wish it were longer.

plopgun - 2009-07-02

Suck at math, love it still. Also love Schumann.

glasseye - 2009-07-02

Yay math!

dementomstie - 2009-07-02

I may not understand the math behind it or how to do any of the things described, but they did a good job of explaining it all.

MrBuddy - 2009-07-02

Not really evil but now I understand moebius transformations a little better.

memedumpster - 2009-07-02

Bitchin' wicked.

Chibisuke - 2009-07-02

This is neat and all, but doesn't it assume there's only one infinity and its located at the top of the sphere?

Knuckles - 2009-07-02

No, you're thinking of a dog semen transformation.

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MC Scared of Bees - 2009-07-02

I imagine that, to the right kind of beardos, this qualifies as porn.

...be right back; I need to get a tissue.

zatojones - 2009-07-02


dorje - 2009-07-02

very good evil propaganda

TeenerTot - 2009-07-02


j lzrd / swift idiot - 2009-12-14


fluffy - 2010-02-16

Not stated explicitly and a little misleading from the graphics but the infinity point is just inside the projective sphere.

Caminante Nocturno - 2010-07-08

Math is beautiful.

Vicious - 2010-09-28

Jeez, you just give the strip of paper a half-twist. Duh.

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