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The Timeless Journey of the Möbius Strip

The Timeless Journey of the Möbius Strip

The Timeless Journey of the Möbius Strip Serena Alagappan If you were to trace both “sides” of a Möbius strip, you would never have to lift your finger. A single-sided surface with no boundaries, the strip is an artist’s reverie and a mathematician’s feat. A typical thought experiment to demonstrate how the three-dimensional strip operates…

Brain Sides Both Busy In New Language Learning

Brain Sides Both Busy In New Language Learning

Brain Sides Both Busy In New Language Learning Scientific American A study of adults learning a new language found that speaking primarily activated regions in the left side of the brain but reading and listening comprehension were much more variable. Go to Source Author: Scientific American {authorlink} https://static.scientificamerican.com/sciam/assets/Image/newsletter/salogo.png Scientific American Content: Global http://rss.sciam.com/ScientificAmerican-Global Science news…