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The Infinite Pattern That Never Repeats

  • The Infinite Pattern That Never Repeats


    Simple rules of geometry meant that 5-fold symmetry was impossible as were crystals without a periodic structure. This turns out to be wrong. Thanks to LastPass for sponsoring a portion of this video. Click here to start using LastPass:

    Huge thanks to Prof. Paul Steinhardt for the interview on this topic. Check out his book ‘The Second Kind of Impossible’

    If you'd like to learn more about Penrose tilings, go check out Penrose Tiles to Trapdoor Ciphers by Martin Gardener, which helped my research for this video.

    Filmed by Gene Nagata (Potato Jet on YouTube)
    Animations by Iván Tello and Jonny Hyman
    Editing, Coloring, Music & Audio mastering by Jonny Hyman

    Prague scenes filmed in 2012.
    Special thanks to Raquel Nuno for helping with the tilings!

    Additional Music from Epidemic Sound

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  • Infinite Chocolate Bar Trick


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  • This equation will change how you see the world


    The logistic map connects fluid convection, neuron firing, the Mandelbrot set and so much more. Fasthosts Techie Test competition is now closed! Learn more about Fasthosts here: Code for interactives is available below...

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    James Gleick, Chaos
    Steven Strogatz, Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos

    May, R. Simple mathematical models with very complicated dynamics. Nature 261, 459–467 (1976).

    Robert Shaw, The Dripping Faucet as a Model Chaotic System

    Crevier DW, Meister M. Synchronous period-doubling in flicker vision of salamander and man.
    J Neurophysiol. 1998 Apr;79(4):1869-78.

    Bing Jia, Huaguang Gu, Li Li, Xiaoyan Zhao. Dynamics of period-doubling bifurcation to chaos in the spontaneous neural firing patterns Cogn Neurodyn (2012) 6:89–106 DOI 10.1007/s11571-011-9184-7

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    R. M. May, D. M. G. Wishart, J. Bray and R. L. Smith Chaos and the Dynamics of Biological Populations
    Source: Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Vol. 413, No. 1844, Dynamical Chaos (Sep. 8, 1987), pp. 27-44

    Chialvo, D., Gilmour Jr, R. & Jalife, J. Low dimensional chaos in cardiac tissue. Nature 343, 653–657 (1990).

    Xujun Ye, Kenshi Sakai. A new modified resource budget model for nonlinear dynamics in citrus production. Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 87 (2016) 51–60

    Libchaber, A. & Laroche, C. & Fauve, Stephan. (1982). Period doubling cascade in mercury, a quantitative measurement. 43. 10.1051/jphyslet:01982004307021100.

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  • Deepest Mandelbrot Set Zoom Animation ever - a New Record! 10^275


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    The final magnification is 2.1x10^275 (or 2^915). I believe that this is the deepest zoom animation of the Mandelbrot set produced to date (January 2010).

    Each frame was individually rendered at 640x480 resolution and strung together at 30 frames per second. No frame interpolation was used. All images were lovingly rendered by 12 CPU cores running 24/7 for 6 months.

    Self-similarity (mini-brots) can be seen at 1:16, 2:30, and at the end 5:00.

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  • How Does a Real-Life Escherian Staircase Work?


    In this video I show you a 3d printed infinite staircase also called an Escherian staircase after M.C Escher. I talk about how this staircase can actually be possible in Nil space using non-euclidean geometry.

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  • A Trip to Infinity - Mandelbrot Fractal Zoom


    The happiest ultra-deep Mandelbrot ever made! An enormous amount of CPU time went into producing this Mandelbrot zoom, diving to a depth of 1.2e1077 in stunning 4k 60fps! I hope you enjoy it! I find bright and vibrant colours to be a personal challenge to create. Please hit subscribe!

    Matching music to this was also challenging, I think it will work for most people, but if not please load up Spotify and play your own in the background. This video is has some really nice parts, so it is worth sticking around. (Please refrain from complaining about music, I simply can't cater to everyone's taste).

    Some people ask what happens when you go past a minibrot, well today you can find out. We cruise past a minbrot at a depth of 2e68 (07:30). Passing this minibrot has an effect on the rest of the zoom, and we occasionally pass really dense areas as a result (like 21:15). We drop into out first spiral at a depth of 3e121 (13:22). Of course, as with any Ultra deep zoom, things get pretty towards the end.

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  • The Banach–Tarski Paradox


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  • Roger Penrose - Forbidden crystal symmetry in mathematics and architecture


    Sir Roger Penrose provides a unique insight into the forbidden symmetry of his famous penrose tiles and the use of non-repeating patterns in design and architecture.

    It is a rigorous mathematical theorem that the only crystallographic symmetries are 2-fold, 3-fold, 4-fold, and 6-fold symmetries.

    Yet, since the 1970s 5-fold, 8-fold, 10-fold and 12-fold almost symmetric patterns have been exhibited, showing that such crystallographically forbidden symmetries are mathematically possible and deviate from exact symmetry by an arbitrarily small amount. Such patterns are often beautiful to behold and designs based on these arrangements have now been used in many buildings throughout the world.

    In this Ri event Sir Roger Penrose reveals the mathematical underpinnings and origins of these forbidden symmetries and other related patterns. His talk is illustrated with numerous examples of their use in architectural design including a novel version of Penrose tiling that appears in the approach to the main entrance of the new Mathematics Institute in Oxford, officially opened in late 2013 (

    The tiling is constructed from several thousand diamond-shaped granite tiles of just two different shapes, decorated simply with circular arcs of stainless steel. The matching of the tiles forces them into an overall pattern which never repeats itself and exhibits remarkable aspects of 5-fold and 10-fold symmetry.

    Similar features have been found also in the atomic structures of quasi-crystalline materials. The initial discovery of such material earned Dan Shectman the 2011 Nobel Prize for chemistry, his work having launched a completely novel area of crystallography.

    Images of the completed Mathematics Institute in Oxford courtesy of Vanesa Penrose.

    The filming and production of this event was supported by the Science and Technology Facilities Council: Production by Edward Prosser. Additional camera operation by Mark Billy Svensson.

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  • Gömböc—The Shape That Shouldnt Exist


    In this video I show you a Gömböc. This is a shape that has only two equilibrium points—one stable and one unstable, instead of the usual minimum of 4. It is self-righting no matter how you set it down.

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  • The Most Common Cognitive Bias


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    How do you investigate hypotheses? Do you seek to confirm your theory - looking for white swans? Or do you try to find black swans? I was startled at how hard it was for people to investigate number sets that didn't follow their hypotheses, even when their method wasn't getting them anywhere.

    In the video I say when people came to Australia... by which I meant, when Europeans who believed all swans were white came to Australia... I did not mean any offence to Indigenous Australians who were already in Australia at that time. Please accept my apologies for the poor phrasing if you were offended by it.

    This video was inspired by The Black Swan by Nassim Taleb and filmed by my mum. Thanks mum!

    Partly my motivation came from responses to my Facebook videos - social media marketers saying 'Facebook ads have worked for me so there can't be fake likes.' Just because you have only seen white swans, doesn't mean there are no black ones. And in fact marketers are only looking for white swans. They think it was invalid of me to make the fake Virtual Cat page: 'well of course if it's a low quality page you're going to get low quality likes.' But my point is this is black swan bait, something they would never make because their theory is confident in the exclusive existence of white swans.

  • The Most Misleading Patterns in Mathematics | This is Why We Need Proofs


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  • How An Infinite Hotel Ran Out Of Room


    If there's a hotel with infinite rooms, could it ever be completely full? Could you run out of space to put everyone? The surprising answer is yes -- this is important to know if you're the manager of the Hilbert Hotel.


    References: Ewald, W., & Sieg, W. (2013). David Hilbert's Lectures on the Foundations of Arithmetic and Logic 1917-1933. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. --

    Gamow, G. (1988). One, two, three--infinity: facts and speculations of science. Courier Corporation. --


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  • 21. Chaos and Reductionism


    (May 19, 2010) Professor Robert Sapolsky gives what he calls one of the most difficult lectures of the course about chaos and reductionism. He references a book that he assigned to his students. This lecture focuses on reduction science and breaking things down to their component parts in order to understand them best.

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  • What Is A Fractal ?


    Fractals are complex, never-ending patterns created by repeating mathematical equations. Yuliya, a undergrad in Math at MIT, delves into their mysterious properties and how they can be found in technology and nature.

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  • Endless Epic Chord Progression - Lesson Demo with Jonny May


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  • How to Knit a Scarf for Beginners Step By Step



    Learn how to knit a scarf for beginners in this step-by-step video tutorial! This course is designed for complete newbies and beginners, so if you've never held yarn or needles before, then this is course for you!

    We'll go over each step of the knitting process (don't worry, there are only 3 steps!) so that you can knit a comfy scarf with any yarn and needles.

    /// WHAT YOU'LL LEARN ///

    1. Cast On - involves getting the yarn onto your needles
    2. Knit Stitch - the bread and butter of knitting. Get this stitch down and you can officially call yourself a knitter!
    3. Cast Off - how do you get your scarf off your needles when it's long enough? With the cast off!


    * How to choose yarn and needles
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    /// MATERIALS ///

    ⟡ around 350 grams of super bulky yarn. These are similar yarns:
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    /// HOW I KNIT MY SCARF ///

    The scarf in the video is knit with around 350 grams of bulky weight yarn.

    I casted on 22 stitches and used a US 15/10mm bamboo needle to knit the scarf. The scarf ended up being 9.25 wide and 65 long.

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    7:33 Knit Stitch
    13:46 Next Row and Pep Talk
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  • 5 and Penrose Tiling - Numberphile


    Why five-sided figures pose a problem from Professor John Hunton - and a bit about the importance of Penrose Tiling.
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  • The Infinite Pattern That Never Repeats but actually repeated hahah!


    The Infinite Pattern That Never Repeats but actually repeated hahah! debunked is far from infinite noobs!

    Simples rules of geometry meant that 5-fold symmetry was impossible as were crystals without a periodic structure. This turns out to be wrong. Thanks to LastPass for sponsoring a portion of this video. Click here to start using LastPass:

    Huge thanks to Prof. Paul Steinhardt for the interview on this topic. Check out his book ‘The Second Kind of Impossible’

  • The Penrose Tiles


    Demonstration of the Penrose Tiles from the Large Maths Outreach and Careers Kit developed by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications as part of the National HE STEM Programme.

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  • Descubre el Patrón Infinito que NUNCA se Repite


    Las reglas de geometría simples significaban que la simetría quíntuple era imposible, al igual que los cristales sin una estructura periódica.❄️ SUSCRÍBETE para ver todos nuestros videos:

    Descubre el Patrón Infinito que NUNCA se Repite
    Este video es acerca de un patrón que la gente creía imposible, y un material que no debería existir.

    Muchas gracias al Prof. Paul Steinhardt por la entrevista sobre este tema. Echa un vistazo a su libro “The Second Kind of Impossible”

    Si quieres saber más sobre los mosaicos Penrose, puedes leer Penrose Tiles to Trapdoor Ciphers de Martin Gardener, que me ayudó en mi investigación para este vídeo.

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  • Fibonacci Rhythm - no bar pattern, highly structured but never repeats - played on harmonics


    This rhythmic pattern has no fixed measure size of any description - but it isn't free time either - it's highly structured.

    This is a feature of Bounce Metronome:

    Here is how it works:

    The two beat sizes in the fastest rhythm are in the golden ratio to each other.

    Then - all the rhythms in all the other parts are exactly the same rhythm as the fastest one, only played more slowly.

    It isn't a polyrhythm either - because any beat in any of the slower parts is played exactly in time with beats in all the faster parts.

    The beats in the slower parts are sort of like measures for the faster parts - but not really because they are of two different sizes and the patterns of measure sizes never repeat either.

    Really - if you try to categorise it using conventional ideas of measures or polyrhythms etc. then you can't do it. It needs new ideas to think about it.

    I've only done a short section for this movie. But the pattern can continue like this endlessly, and if done properly, will never repeat at all, not at any time scale.

    Longer soundclip available here: - for a slight variation on this rhythm longest beat nearest to most deeply reinforced beat.

    The original idea of a Fibonacci rhythm of this type is by David Canright.

    He found that the mathematical ideas behind it have surprising connections with Penrose tiles. This is a cleverly constructed pair of tiles (with little notches on the edges to constrain how they can fit together a bit like jigsaw pieces) which can be used to tile the plane completely with no gaps - but however hard you try, they can't be put together to make any kind of repeating pattern at all.

    In fact the long and short beats of this rhythm correspond exactly to the wide and narrow rhombs of a row of a Penrose tiling. In a way you are listening to the rhythm of one of the rows in a Penrose tiling.

    I made this video with Bounce Metronome Pro - but did it by hand, by entering a list of the correc5t beat sizes for the fastest rhythm - then did all the other parts by skipping beats as needed.

    So, you can do it in the same way, by hand, I can explain in detail how it was done for anyone who is interested or provide a demo project for it - but it was a bit laborious to make that way.

    What I need to do is to add an option to make these Fibonacci rhythms to the program. Probably will be easy to do if I do it exactly the right way, but not sure yet how to program it exactly. Tune Smithy has the rhythms in it already, but synchronising them with the bounces requires thought, because the bounce visuals are set up around the idea of a repeating measure of some sort.

    So - this is more like a preview of a possible feature to add to Bounce Metronome. It's a preliminary experiment to see what it is like and whether it is worth doing.

    I think yes, from this video, when I get the time, it is worth adding, as a new rhythm feature.

    Do you agree? Do let me know if you want this rhythm in Bounce Metronome - or want to see more videos like this on youtube.

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    The new visual project involved finding different ways of visualising the aesthetics of the infinite. One chapter approached the idea via Penrose Tiling, an aperiodic tiling system developed by Roger Penrose in the 1970’s, which can tile an infinite plane without falling into simple repeating units as with normal (periodic) tiling systems. This idea of the link between non-cyclical structure and the infinite was also central to the the processes of improvisation used throughout. But for this piece I wanted to mirror the tiling regime more explicitly.

    I opted to do that by having all loop lengths corresponding to prime numbers. This yielded the equivalent behaviour musically, where at least for the length of the track (and for two weeks or so if it had gone on playing), there would be no exact repeat of any bar - loops without loops. The feeling of this idea was a nice rhythmical syncopation which I applied to some live instrumentation with the sansula to begin with, and built more and more layers of tight percussion around as the piece progressed.

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    Named after mathematician and physicist Roger Penrose, Penrose tilings are geometrical packings of a pair of rhombohedral tiles that can be used to tile a flat plane ad infinitum without the pattern ever repeating itself. Although comprising of a set of regular rhombus blocks, it is non-periodic, meaning that it lacks translational symmetry. While this aperiodicity implies that a shifted copy of a tiling will never match the original, a Penrose tiling may be constructed so as to exhibit both reflection symmetry and five-fold rotational symmetry - the tiling has scaling self-similarity, so the same patterns occur at larger and larger scales.

    For the Infinite visuals, the pattern is constructed in a way to try and reveal the growth of the tiling, spinning out in trails that initially appear to be random but gradually exhibit the underlying structure. The work explores the visual properties of the tiling to exhibit a mixture of regularity and disorder that somehow retains an order to the eye. Different scales are superimposed to explore the tiling’s self similarity that occurs through its different hierarchical levels of composition and decomposition. Many different algorithms for producing a spacing filling Penrose exist, the method used here is a substitution method known as a Robinson triangle decomposition: the Penrose rhombi are continually split into triangles with side lengths in ratios 1 and φ (phi, golden ratio). Smaller and smaller tiles are created as they are continually broken into these ratios, generating a potentially infinite tilling structure.

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