Published on Sep 23, 2016

This video is intended for a general audience as an ‘entry-level’ introduction to this stunning conundrum Shakespeare left for posterity. In the video I mention that there’s a dedicated YouTube channel for those who wish to double-check the deeper math for themselves. That resource has been located instead under the new MATH menu at the website: Many important questions are more thoroughly answered there than were possible to address in this short introductory video. I hope the true nerds amongst you will avail yourselves of this deeper data.

A few astute observers have commented that they think they’ve spotted an error concerning the 3:4:5 triangle, GEB. The error is not in the mathematics, however, it’s in my omission of slides for that triangle. I used the average hypotenuse, 37.79, without explaining it, and some then assumed that value was applicable to the 3:4:5 triangle. Of course it then fails the Pythagorean Theorem test.
I should’ve made that clearer and I apologize for the confusion it has caused.

If you visit here — — the minor discrepancies necessitated by tailoring this for more widespread appeal will all resolve themselves. The secret lies in the ‘G’ dot being so much larger than all the others.

This video is the follow up to
The CPAK Trailer :…

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