Sierpinski Triangle Fractal Lens Changes the Way You See the World

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Introduction The Sierpinski triangle is a fractal, attracting fixed points, that overall is the shape of an equilateral triangle. The triangle, with each iteration, subdivides itself into smaller equilateral triangles. The Sierpinski triangle is amongst patterns that are mathematically generated and can be reproduced, regardless of the reduction or magnification.  Waclaw Sierpinski, a Polish Mathematician, …

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Today’s SMBC comic

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Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal has a funny math comic today. Check it out: Very nice motivation.

The Spinning Dancer Illusion

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The illusion was created by web designer Nobuyuki Kayahara and the question is “Which direction is the dancer spinning?” That is, is the dancer is spinning clockwise or counter-clockwise? Introduction Every person has their own way of perceiving how things happen. In this case, the spinning dancer illusion is a shadow of a female spinning …

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