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4:38 *whispers* "Look at these. This is a very delicate...configuration..."

:Today I'm sleeping early 3 am: _in how many ways can circles overlap_

:“Jonathan wild took this series out to 5” Oh that’s actually not that impress- “3: 14, 4: 173, 5: 16,951” Oh never mind

:circles not kissing is pure shapeophobia brought about by the squares

:I like how this video went full circle.

:4:30 sounding like a mathematical Attenborough

:The 4 Audi and 5 Olympic rings cannot be formed because of copyright violations.

:Me: do you speak gallifreyan ? Neil: 😏

:Well you have a _soft_ lower bound for 6. It's just 5's count.

:How much paper do these guys go through

:@8:19 I see a triangle and a hexagon wearing a bikini.

:4:20-4:45 when no one but you understands your doodling

:4:35 ASMR

:Like some weird Venn diagrams trying to explain UK leaving the EU Sorry but I couldn’t bring myself to say the B word

:0:58 **Super Smash Bros theme gets increasingly louder*

:I love the UNIX book behind Mr. Sloane :)

:Let me give a lower bound for 6: 16951.

:"We don't have a lower bound." Of course we do. Just make an arbitrary number of arrangements (e.g., 0) and you now have a lower bound. A slightly less useless lower bound is 16,951 (draw a circle around every arrangement of 5.

:On the opposite side of the spectrum, my dog will turn around in circles trying to get comfy to sleep. But that’s his second choice. He chooses lap over circles every time.

:In 5:32 he said 'Does A meet C?' and you put X on the row corresponding to B meeting C

:This is pure asmr. With the added bonus its really interesting

:Every time I watch one of Neil's videos, I just want whataburger.

:Is it the same for squares?

:I think doesn’t specify enough what it means configurations are identical or different.

:I get hyped every time they upload a video

:Does anyone know what is on his shirt? I saw Don Knuth wearing it as well and I can't figure out what it means.

:Maths is not just about numbers its about understanding

:3:03. don't tell me i'm the only one that noticed this

:I wonder if the Time Lords/Ladies from doctor who thought of this when writing their modern language.

:Following the criteria he layed out about the five circled I found an arrangement in about 10 minutes.

:3:02 - 3:05 Antman in End Game in a nutshell

:The Mathematica book behind Neil Sloane intrigues me.

:I thoroughly enjoyed this

:4:16 it looks like Futurama Alienese

:Not only the equation is hard, but also writing a program to brute force in efficient way is hard

:Circles: *exist* Audi: It's free real estate

:What about spheres? And extension of this problem to higher dimensions!?

:If Bob Ross was a mathematician, he'd be this guy.

:imagane not being able to move the center of the circle out to infinity to get a straight line - this meme is brought to you by the projective plane gang

:At some point you can cherry pick arbitrary rules the suit whatever situation you're looking for. The whole exercise becomes meaningless.

:Each way after 6 was its own plot twist

:Is there a way of mapping these on Feynman diagrams or something similar and giving a physical meaning to your question?

:The video isn't even that interesting to be honest but his voice is so relaxing that it's basically ASMR.

:Dr Sloane has one of those wonderfully relaxing-yet-compelling voices that are just ideal for podcasts.

:The n=4 animation reminds me of cat’s cradle

:How it is different from "How many ways can SPHERES overlap"? 1 sphere 1 way 2 spheres 3 ways ...

:Neil Sloane (is that his name?) has the mind for math and the voice for story telling !

:I love your voice, & thank you for sharing this beauty. I'm going to have to look up affine plane again. I'm sure it made sense to me at some point in the past, but these days I only understand projective, as I've been obsessed with the projective plane for so long.

:You left out when each one is bigger than the other two. I call it the Escher configuration.

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