Submachine 8: the Plan

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Jatsko
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Re: Submachine 8: the Plan

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Just wondering, can you use imgur instead of Photobucket for these? It's harder to access a full-res image with Photobucket because they don't like opening the images up in new tabs by themselves, and that's needed esp. for graphs like this one where I can't make out most of the symbols.
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Re: Submachine 8: the Plan

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Good point, I'll update the photos on imgur on Sunday.
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Re: Submachine 8: the Plan

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5 minutes ago my headphones' wires got knotted again... every time... :/
I decided to type in google search funny question, why it always happen, to get funny answers, crazy theorizing and memes.
But in the very first article they started a serious talk about math's Knot theory and... they put this picture:

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looks familiar?..

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I was freaked out.



Maybe it is related.
It went beyond factory walls...
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Re: Submachine 8: the Plan

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So it's a diagram of in which places two layers are knotted/braided into one?
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Simply possibility that layers, like wires, being left in some space, can be knotted, maybe.
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Or how to unknot them? :/
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Vortex wrote:So it's a diagram of in which places two layers are knotted/braided into one?
I always assumed this.
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