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  • n. Plural form of superball.


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  • My personal Kirsten Dunst sent me a link to this amazing amazing in an American Beauty sense video of 250,000 multi-coloured 'superballs' bouncing down the streets of San Francisco.

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  • Sending 250,000 multi-coloured 'superballs' bouncing down the streets of San Francisco may seem the strangest way to do this, but that's exactly what Danish director Nicolai Fuglsig did for the BRAVIA commercial in July this year 2005.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • Just drill a hole in the barrel and fill it with cork and superballs.

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  • Look at the material that is used to make superballs.

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  • Release the superballs, and keep track of how they all move.

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  • Umm … all the superballs would end up sitting on the bottom of the box.

    Perceiving Randomness

  • But with only 100 macroscopic superballs, that information can easily be tracked (or simulated) by a computer.

    Perceiving Randomness

  • Consider a box filled with 100 rubber superballs, which all start out crowded together in one of the top corners.

    Perceiving Randomness

  • (For 100 superballs, this task is eminently reasonable, with negligible impact on their trajectories.)

    Perceiving Randomness

  • Hows about we settle down and enjoy life, like we are now hearing an impossibly perfect song on the radio, or opening a closet jammed with superballs just when things were getting rather dull, or walking into an empty room with perfect yellow light, and sweet smelling clean shelves waiting for us to fill them up as quickly or slowly as we want.

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