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Bastian's Books 8 Dec 14
Wow. This is absolutely amazing & should be used in every school in the world...
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Bastian's Books 8 Dec 14
PS: Thanks for producing it. :-)
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Erin Robinson Swink 8 Dec 14
Vi this is amaaaazing!
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Nancy Sims 8 Dec 14
BEAUTIFUL & INFORMATIVE, and THE CC-ZERO LICENSE IS THE (tasty, tasty) ICING ON THE CAKE
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Lev Bratishenko 8 Dec 14
Playable blogpost on segregation by "how good intentions lead to systemic problems"
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Robby Stokoe 8 Dec 14
Something interesting happens when you make the ratio different than 1:1, e.g. 77/23 like it is in real life (1/2)
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Robby Stokoe 8 Dec 14
Segregation remains high (30%) and diversity demand causes members of majority to be unhappy and move endlessly.
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L.🤔. Ritter 8 Dec 14
you know that thanks to ever-increasing entropy, diversity will happen anyway.
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Esther Solé 8 Dec 14
w00t! That's an awesome game! What should I do to translate it for my pupils?
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Tamar Lasky 8 Dec 14
great learning/teaching tool! fascinating!
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Tantroo_McNally 8 Dec 14
Turns out if society becomes 100% biased, they become mostly nomadic.
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Omar Olmedo 8 Dec 14
Super nice post! It makes me remember Ising model simulations of magnetic systems and its aplications to crowds.
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Vi Hart 8 Dec 14
Replying to @Livelyivy @ncasenmare
Thank you! :D
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8 Dec 14
Replying to @vihartvihart
so cool!
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Steve Walker 8 Dec 14
This is the best. You should specialise in moralistic mathematics / game theory type stuff. Love it.
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Nigel Tolley 8 Dec 14
interesting to note I get the EE content block trying to view that without my VPN.
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Joseph Lord 8 Dec 14
Really good explanation. I couldn't move the sliders on iOS though.
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Rich Vreeland 8 Dec 14
bravo! this is flippin' brilliant.
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