Educational

Stopped Clock Illusion

Why does a second on a wall clock seem to pass so hard the first time you look at it? Vsauce has a surprising answer. STOPPED CLOCK ILLUSION – YouTube.

Can you add past infinity? Find the fallacy in this video, if there is one. Adding Past Infinity (WARNING: Math Ahead) – YouTube.

AMAZING Dice Rolls – Numberphile

Do you know what are the chances of rolling a Yahtzee? What about if you want to get the same number on 5 dices with 10 sides each? Find out here thanks to Numberphile. Yahtzee! via AMAZING Dice Rolls – Numberphile – YouTube.

Round Triangles!

Do you know what makes a circle round? Does the same logic can be applied to triangles? Here is how to make a round triangle. Round Triangles! – YouTube.

The Hairy Ball Theorem

This is not the most properly named theorem, but it is interesting nonetheless. Here is why you can’t comb all of the hairs on a ball. The Hairy Ball Theorem – YouTube.

Infinity is bigger than you think – Numberphile

Can you wrap your brain around the concept of infinity? Did you know that some infinities are bigger than others? Check out this great video from Numberphile. Infinity is bigger than you think – Numberphile – YouTube

Weigh a million dollars with your mind

The mind is so powerful that it can weigh 1 million dollars. This is how you can use approximations to reach a solid result. Weigh a million dollars with your mind – YouTube.

The Most Mathematical Flag – Numberphile

What is the most interesting thing you know about Nepal? If you don’t have anything in mind, you should think about their mathematical flag. Want to know more? Check out this video. The Most Mathematical Flag – Numberphile – YouTube.

Hexaflexagons 2

Did you enjoy the first Hexaflexagon video? Here is the rest of its history. Hexaflexagons 2 – YouTube.

Hexaflexagons

Here is a quick intro into Hexaflexagons and the story behind them. Hexaflexagons – YouTube.