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Doodling in Math: Spirals, Fibonacci, and Being a Plant

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  1. @621jacob But it will be a good thing, babies + smart mum = smart babies and in turn lead to an advancement of the human race, eventually. Look at the positives and it isn’t so bad 🙂

  2. @oscaruzzo74 You could also pause it and go back and keep listening. Or you could work on understanding her at the current speed, and you’ll thank yourself later down the track. Just listen to it more and more and more until it is easy, and then language will never be hard again…but if you already speak English and understand it well enough, you’re already 95% there

  3. @oscaruzzo74 You could also pause it and go back and keep listening. Or you could work on understanding her at the current speed, and you’ll thank yourself later down the track. Just listen to it more and more and more until it is easy, and then language will never be hard again…but if you already speak English and understand it well enough, you’re already 95% there

  4. everything in this was completely amazing and i’m having the biggest grin. i’m 30 and i think i’d have completely loved this as a kid in school but i think i’d like to watch these all day now. this is fantastic pedagogic art seriously

  5. I am surprised how insane people have become simply by hearing a female voice. You guys realize there is porn on the internet, right? Like, free porn? That doesn’t have anything to do with mathematics or interesting plant facts or angles or patterns in nature? Oh, never mind. MARY ME AND HAVE MY BABIES MYSTERY FEMALE VOICE!

  6. VERY cool! I, too, loved the ending where you point out how many disciplines came together to form this fascinating theory, and of course, watching you draw is SO fun! Thank you, I just forwarded this to a bunch of people who need to see it!

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