Simple rules of geometry meant that 5-fold symmetry was impossible as were crystals without a periodic structure. This turns out to be wrong. Thanks to LastPass for sponsoring a portion of this video. Click here to start using LastPass: 🤍ve42.co/LPs Huge thanks to Prof. Paul Steinhardt for the interview on this topic. Check out his book ‘The Second Kind of Impossible’ If you'd like to learn more about Penrose tilings, go check out "Penrose Tiles to Trapdoor Ciphers" by Martin Gardener, which helped my research for this video. Filmed by Gene Nagata (Potato Jet on YouTube) Animations by Ivy Tello and Jonny Hyman Editing, Coloring, Music & Audio mastering by Jonny Hyman Prague scenes filmed in 2012. Special thanks to Raquel Nuno for helping with the tilings! Additional Music from Epidemic Sound
48sCx-wBs34&t=18m52s 18:52 That’s not Linus Pauling, that’s Barry white! 40 45 45 40 45 45.
I love the video. It’s really astounding how you are capable of explaining it in a way that makes it sound easy and fun to explore. Also, at 48sCx-wBs34&t=09m40s 09:40 , during the pattern overlap, I could have sworn a saw a face looking at me. I might be haunted….
i don’t understand anything in the video but yet i’m still watching it
last pass... yikes !
This one of the best Youtube videos ever made.
I learn form this video about pattern
Actually I don't really want to watch this video but i do some kind of want to escape 28 Jan 2023
It's about pattern , symmetry and an infinite pattern of two boxes,it's orign and many more
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So it is like looking at a series of numbers, but you can't say of which irrational number it is "taken" of, since all of them contain every pattern?
What if we were to extend this formation outside the 3 dimensions. What if what we perceive as parallel lines are in fact asymptotes referring to different plains? How many dimensions will we have to add to tile the (multidimensional) plain periodically? And if the plain is tiled, will the number of dimensions needed be the exact number of dimensions the world consists of? Is this pattern really a glimpse of the fiber of reality in a way we would be able to understand? If "aperiodicality" means uniqueness then maybe the whole universe is just two tiles interlocking without repeating, thus unique complexity arises through simplicity. Kinhood existing without abolishing individuality: freedom in the context of order.
Keplers cannonball model doesn't work ... Oranges need to be stacked within a high walled box in order to be arranged the way that you have arranged them @ 48sCx-wBs34&t=2m12s 2:12 ... and, if you had bothered to researched cannonball stacking you would note they were stacked in a low walled box.
I've watched this video 5 times and still have no clue what's going on
That transition at 48sCx-wBs34&t=1m05s 1:05 is insanely smooth
I just love how every CGP Grey fan is screaming that hexagons are the bestagons. Spreading the knowledge on its finest level; on and onagon
How is it a pattern if it doesn’t even repeat
The biggest hindrance to Science has and will remain to be science itself. Science remains adament on the theory of evolution when every single pointer is away from from evolution toward something else yet they continue to call a theory fact because they cannot face the alternatives.
Getting some real dnd vibes from platonic solid
If it’s infinite, it WILL repeat itself