Is it Possible to Predict Randomness? The Double Pendulum Experiment
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My “Hey Google, it’s science time” routine:
-Google Home tells a daily chemistry fact
-Fans turn on
-Lights hanging over main workspace turn on
-A screen goes up to reveal a whiteboard
-Plasma ball turns on
-Shelf lighting turns
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Sequences shortened and simulated. Google Assistant Routines are created by the user and do not immediately exist as presented in this video. Working internet and wifi required.
In this video I show you the difference between randomness and chaos. Then I show you how we can actually predict both randomness and chaos by using statistics.
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