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“To raise awareness, we are required to resort to spectacle.” – Elias
“People are being tried in the court of public opinion, and that’s where it gets dangerous.” – MacRae
“Personal computers in 1975, the Internet in 1993, and – I believe – Bitcoin in 2014.
“…a quote from Dostoyesvky…: “The most basic, rudimentary spiritual need of the Russian people is the need for suffering, ever-present and unquenchable, everywhere and in everything.””
An infinite hotel faced with an infinite number of buses with an infinite number of people, and you have to figure out a way to put each person into a numerically distinct room in the infinite hotel without any overlaps.
Mathematics at its abstract-est.
See if your head hurts: link here.
My favorite comment: “When I saw the match stick piece floating, I REALLY wanted to see what it would look like if the match stick was lit. Would the flame spread out to match the node pattern? Would it be extinguished? etc…” – Michael Freeman
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