A Hole in a Hole in a Hole

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+7 1. Malakyte commented 8 years ago

Huge mistake at the end: that's a 3-handle beer pint glass dude!:D
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+7 2. Klemm commented 8 years ago

The man really loves his holes! :)
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+1 3. fishy commented 8 years ago

What did I just watch?
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+1 4. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

I bet his glass blower hides behind the counter when he sees him coming :D
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+2 5. ComentAtor commented 8 years ago

#3 You watched a 10 minute glass model explanation of a mathematical problem that you weren't aware of existed in the first place and now you wander around the flat wondering what to do with this new information. P.S. resist the temptation of buying a gas furnace and glass blowing kit
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+5 6. mwak commented 8 years ago

this is awesome, It's a really effective way to demonstrate one of the core topology theorem.
I would have wanted this kind of course when I was in math classes.
Homeomorphic surfaces can be really funny, see as reality stretch it and you still have the same thing, only your point of view differs.
It's an easy way to get on the way some more advanced models like the hypercube which is "more or less" the same principle but with more than 3 dimensions.
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+2 7. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

I found this super interesting, I had never heard of topology or its mathematical concepts, but I really felt I learned something new, and something that stimulated my thinking and understanding...thanks Geek for sharing:)
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-4 8. Scotsman50 commented 8 years ago

Hands up if like me you are thick as shit and never understood a word that he said or implied, think i will stick to watching porn and drinking beer !:O:O
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+3 9. cameramaster commented 8 years ago

If he keeps on playing with his balls like he'll go blind.
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0 10. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

#9 Are you speaking from experience? >:)
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0 11. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

#11 He wouldn't have seen that. :D