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THE SHAPE THAT SHOULDN'T EXIST
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    • If it shouldn't exist, how does it
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    • Why didn't he start by explaining what an equilibrium point even is?
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    • Wouldn’t there be infinite unstable equilibrium?
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    • Geometrys gonna suck with that shape
      Aj_182 6 aug
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    • Lay it on its side
      Eddy_Jj 5 aug
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    • Ok, that’s cool....I guess
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    • When you don't know what the hell equilibrium is
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    • Based on the way he described it, any point that you can place it down and it doesn’t equalize is an unstable equilibrium point, so, no, it definitely has more than two.
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    • This video has to be a lie. Because well, it's a cheat. What makes NONE of the sides have an unstable equilibrium point. Like how you did with the roll of paper. You didnt explain shit
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    • Except, every straight edge on that ho-mah-gen-us shape would be and unstable point.
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    • The fuck is an unstable equilibrium point if not every point that isn't stable, what
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    • VGHS anyone????
      SH1NO 7 aug
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    • Yeah this makes zero sense that thing should have a million and a half unstable equilibrium points just as the cut cardboard roll does, if this shape is mathematical prove of it then prove it mathematically dont just show some bullshit.
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    • You guys still think animals evolved instead of being intelligently made? Cringe.
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    • This is what zero pussy will do to a man
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    • His voice. It’s awful.
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    • Dude said HOMO GENIUS!😂😂💀💀
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    • This guy sounds like homogeneous person
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    • Some Dutch mathematician to his wife: “Honey, I need your help with my research” Mathematician’s wife: “okay, what do you need me to do for you?” Mathematician: “we need to throw all these pebbles on the ground so I can tell this other mathematician to go fuck himself” Wife: “.... dope”
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    • This is why I hate this dude. He speaks without rational or logic. Unstable equilibrium point is by definition not an equilibrium point.
      unamed55 7 aug
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    • That moment when I propose that language doesnt exist therefore every word ever thought of or created shouldnt exist
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    • this is the most boring thing in the world
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    • Math Terms Explanation: Equilibrium point=balance point. Stable Eq=if forces act on it, it'll return back to that pt. Unstable Eq=if forces act on it, it can't return to that pt. You can still balance @ an unstable eq. pt. (ex. walking w/ a broom on your palm). No other pt. is a balance pt. (eq pt)
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    • Unstable equilibrium point... then is it really an equilibrium point if it's unstable?
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    • Most homogeneous that i know have 1 unstable and 1 stable point
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    • If yall are too lazy to watch the video, here's a basic rundown: The way they found the structure of the shape was based on a turtle shell, turtle shells are formed like that so they can roll themselves back over.
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    • Makes me think of VGHS
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    • Crazy how I dislike learning since it’s boring but if it’s through a meme app I can learn without stopping
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    • i can’t tell if this is wildly uninteresting or if i just can grasp the concept fully lmao
      xdjinN 7 aug
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    • For all the people who don't understand, the paper tube, with enough precision, and just like every other object in the world (other than the gomboc) can be balanced on more than 4 points. The gomboc can only be balanced, with enough precision, on 2 points.
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    • These guys are part of my colony of endangered radiated tortoises from Madagascar. They are one of the species of chelonians that grow into the shape of a gomboc as they get older.
      BigMoby 7 aug
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    • Rip all the middle schoolers in 2078 that will have to find the area of this thing
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    • Yeah yeah yeah so why does this matter at all anyway actually..? Whar was the point? What is this gonna change or do? Some people were just a bit too bored I guess..
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    • god i wanna fucking punch this guy, i had to watch this shit with sound off
      Kasagure 7 aug
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    • What purpose does this serve
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    • that’s not natural tho, anybody can make some bxllshxt object
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    • Wtf does that contribute to society
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    • He may know a bunch of large science terms but at least I know the difference between a turtle and a tortoise.
      Elektro 7 aug
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    • For all the idiots who don't get what an unstable equilibrium point is: it's still an equilibrium point. Just like you can balance a chair on one leg. Without outside interference, an unstable equilibrium will exist forever. If you place something and it falls, that's not unstable equilibrium.
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    • This guy's voice... sheezus
      duke3478 7 aug
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    • This dude needs to realize like 90 percent of people won’t know the difference between a stable and unstable equilibrium point if he doesn’t fucking explain it
      sandboi 7 aug
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    • In Hungarian gomboc meant sphere-like shape, I wonder if that's where the title comes from
      Szeg 7 aug
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    • Gomboc is my dads middle name
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    • So what about a spherical object with Zero imperfections?
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    • Why would a mathematician spend this much time on this bullshit. Does it have any significance to anything important? Other than just a shape that rocks back and forth?I mean I'm no genius but if I had that kind of brain power I'd try to use it in a helpful way
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    • Bitch if you don't stop pronouncing homogenous like that
      Argy_ 7 aug
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    • For all you idiots that don't understand its alright I don't understand it either but I'm not an idiot
      CL0UDY 7 aug
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    • Does anybody else notice something weird with his voice? As though it's robotic or autotuned at points
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    • Everything is discovered through some dude wanting to prove the other wrong
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    • Teaching us math iFunny
      JLinks 7 aug
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    • You got 2 types of people in this comment section: People who don't even know what an equilibrium is and those who suddenly became a physics professor.
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    • Try a circle.
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    • This guy's dad is probably Vladimir Arnold tryna make him sound smart for inventing something "unique" when it really isnt
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    • No matter how I lay your mom she always rolls over for more.
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    • There’s no reason for it not to exist
      PeePeeee 7 aug
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    • Cool but whats the big deal then? Can we use it for something groundbreaking?
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    • This guy has some cool videos but i can't stand his voice
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    • So i looked it up and apparently it is a real thing but this guy dosent explain shit but basically the shape wasn’t really anything special and it exists in children’s toys but it was always done by using a spherical shape and then a weighted part to make one side heavier to make it always (1/?)
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    • Wow that was really like not interesting
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    • Sphere
      tsawsum 9 aug
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    • Doesn’t make any sense. He claimed that the tube had 4 points, but that thing only has two? I’d like to know how putting the tube on a point counted as a point, but putting that ball on a point doesn’t
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    • DankHut 7 aug
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    • Lol you're all too stupid for this hahahahaha
      Poptato 7 aug
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    • I'm gonna 3d print the cum block
      FTG2 7 aug
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    • Homogeneous? The rocks are gay now
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    • Do spheres have equilibrium points?
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    • Haha homo
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    • Why does it matter
      Brendowo 7 aug
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    • I think the coolest part of this video is the end where he mentions that the demo one was 3D printed. With 3D printing, we can make objects that were never possible to make otherwise. As this tech improves, manufacturing will go through a massive boom! The future is now :)
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    • For those that don't know an unstable equilibrium point is a point that you could technically balance it, however a small perturbation would cause an unbalance that sends the system fuether from that point. So no there aren't "infinite unstable equilibria."
      mattsid 8 aug
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    • He said homo genius. Heh..
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    • If each point is represented as an unstable because it will no balance then that means it has more than 4 right? Their logic makes no sense.
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    • Olay then get a fucking circle? It has no sides making it one stable equilibrium point.
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    • How did they prove it existed and “invented” that if turtles with the same features existed all along. Sounds to me like dude saw a turtle flip and stole the whole idea.
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    • When he said you all know what this looks like, a turtle, I thought he was going to say a pot sticker
      Konker 7 aug
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    • that is not at all how you pronounce homogenous
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    • I dont understand the point of this. I get what it is and what he is doing but there seems no point as to why anyone would even be interested in doing this or proving its impossible.
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    • Seems like a bullshit waste of time to me. Who gives a fuck.
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    • Wow nobody fucking cares
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    • Get this homo shit out of here
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    • So it's a pointless block rock?
      Geodude 7 aug
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    • Yes yes we've all seen video game high school
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    • When he talked about turtles I just fucking knew it. Nature is so fucking perfect (fibanacci sequence, this) we should try looking to it whenever we can sadly old buddy couldn’t use future evolved turtles to exemplify his gomboc
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    • Trapfact! I wanna suck on your gombocs
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    • Just as a line is made from infinite dots (periods/spots in space) every shape and object is made of a finite number of stable equilibrium points and an INFINITE number of unstable equilibrium points. This video sucks and is wrong.
      agentpoe 8 aug
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    • Did he just say HOMO?? Eww not watching this gay shit no more 🤮
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    • What makes an unstable equilibrium point different from a nonequilibrium point?
      Norsie 8 aug
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    • As someone below me said, an equilibrium point is a point where it can be balanced without tipping over. It is considered unstable if it tips over with small movements/vibrations and stable otherwise. The cardboard tube can be balanced on both points with enough precision, but will topple over (1/2)
      BADMAN9 7 aug
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    • Oooh
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    • Action Lab is pretty lit
      aud_io 7 aug
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    • Y is this cool
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    • Penis
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    • Imagine not knowing what an equilibrium is and getting mad that you dont know instead of looking it up with the biggest source in info in the world which you are currently holding.
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    • Well...ok
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    • K
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    • Just ordered one of these fuckers, arrives in 2 days, ill let you know how cool it is
      Chica 7 aug
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    • That's fucking insane
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