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From the chaotic

Hidden away in Frank Oppenheimer’s glorious Exploratorium is an unnamed, little-noticed exhibit. Thousands of tiny white spheres are enclosed between glass plates that form a plane, upon which the spheres are free to move. You give the whole thing a … Continue reading

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Integers in Euclidean space order

Consider the factored integers N = [(0), (1), (2), (3), (2,2), 5, (2,3), 7, (2,2,2)...] with each factor representing a point in Euclidean space. Each of these points is at a distance d from the origin, and can be ordered … Continue reading

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