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Ever since I was a little kid, I've adored optical illusions. Believe it or not, but 1993 found me browsing my parents' hefty Escher art book, looking for more and more drawings I couldn't quite figure out. This fascination continued through the famous Autostereogram era, when I learned to see those cool 3D images in seconds, becoming a source of jealousy to all my cross-eyed friends. The post...
Why Evolution Is True
Okay, some physics maven please explain this to me, and also why a few of the patterns formed by the sand are asymmetrical. (I haven’t looked up the Chladni plate experiment.) From io9, where the notes say this: Stop what you’re doing and watch this. It’s a video of sand. Sand skittering around on a […]