… and here’s part two:
3Blue1Brown: How a Mandelbrot set arises from Newton’s work. (YouTube, 27:42min)
3Blue1Brown: Newton’s Fractal (which Newton knew nothing about). (YouTube, 26:05min) “Who knew root-finding could be so complicated?”
Part 2 to follow soon.
Veritasium: You Can’t Prove Everything That’s True. (YouTube, 34min) “Not everything that is true can be proven. This discovery transformed infinity, changed the course of a world war and led to the modern computer.”
Matt Parker (Stand-up Maths): I wired my tree with 500 LED lights and calculated their 3D coordinates.. (YouTube, 24:37min)
“I’m surprised that he built a project involving lighting up a plane through a cone-shaped tree and didn’t mention conic sections. Missed opportunity, really.
It was a bit elliptic, so you might have missed it — but, between the hyperbole and the circular references, he did offer a parable about a cone and a plane.”
OK Go: The One Moment. (YouTube, 4:12min)
There are two videos that show what went on behind the scene (and before the scene, so-to-speak):
Bonus link to the first OK Go video I ever saw: This Too Shall Pass – Rube Goldberg Machine.
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