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    i watched it and thought it was kind of hilarious. That creepy narrator guy was brilliant. Not that much maths/science though, really.
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    Chaos was brilliant. Infinity was weird.
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    (Original post by The Magnificent KoloToure)
    Do you listen to radio lab?

    I'm no physicist, but I'm basing what I said on a show they did on this very topic, hosted by a Maths and Science lecturer from Columbia.
    I don't, no, but maybe now I will. I'll certainly try to give that one a listen. Thanks.
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    I don't know why the narrator insisted on talking about "your" planet and "your" universe; is it not "ours"? It was a bit too dramatised in my opinion, and as others have said, not enough maths. A bit like a book on infinity I once read.
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    (Original post by meatball893)
    I don't know why the narrator insisted on talking about "your" planet and "your" universe; is it not "ours"? It was a bit too dramatised in my opinion, and as others have said, not enough maths. A bit like a book on infinity I once read.
    There is a book on zero which is worth reading. Zero is infinity's brother, after all.
 
 
 
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