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The only female in the Mathematica exhibit.
This is an unnecessarily huge model of a Möbius strip, found at the Boston Science Museum. Simply put, it’s a surface with only one side. So, if you drew a line
in blood all around one side of the strip, you will have covered the entire thing. It’s pretty crazy, actually. It was in the “Mathematica” exhibit, which I dragged my father into. I tried to explain this figure to him, but he threw his hands up and left to go look at a machine blowing soap bubbles. I can’t say I blame him.
Oh, Math. Is there anything you can’t make complicated?
This cool soap bubble thing is brought to you by MATH™