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Singlesided and Doublesided worlds
What happens when you take a strip of paper and glue its ends together? You get an object that is similar in size and shape to a bracelet. Now lets suppose that this object is a world with tiny people … Continue reading
A Topological Puzzle
A mouse, a cat, and a dog are all away from their respective houses and you have to guide each of them home. However, because the cat and the mouse are afraid of the dog and the mouse is also … Continue reading