Daily Cartoon + Games
(Guess a number, highway ant, build a story...)
1. Daily Cartoon
Click below "Today's Cartoon"
Tips:
1) Browse for other cartoons with  the Left icon below the cartoon, 
2) Come back to our site by using  the "Back" arrow at the top of your screen. 
2. Game: Guess a number
Enter a first guess:
1) Enter a range of numbers ("from" / "to"), 1b) Press "start",
2) Choose a number inside that range, 2b) Press "guess".
See if it is the right one.
3. Have an ant build a highway
Click http://www.math.ubc.ca/~cass/www/ant/ant.html
and then click "Run" at the bottom of the grid,
Then, see how the ant
 At first moves randomly,
 After one or a few minutes decides to build a highway.
This is the "Langton mathematical puzzle" or "Langton ant",
which until now nobody could explain and which gives a glimpse to what is a
"mathematical attractor" starting from chaos and leading
when crossing a "critical threshold" to self organization and emergence.
4. Build a (strange) story
Click our story page.
Then enter your name and sex.
A random story about
you will be generated,
among over 1 billion possible ones.
(Courtesy of Benjamin M. Joffe)
Last
update:
23/11/14 
