Try to search Fibonacci on YouTube.
Did you know that there are more numbers between 0 and 1 than there are all natural numbers between 1 and infinity?
So, I got bored the other day and decided to give our good old friend IMDb a visit. But instead of just diving in and getting lost (the way I usually spend my time on the internet), this time the search bar got my eye’s attention immediately and as if they were guided by some magical force, instead of searching for another bad sci-fi/horror movie, I went ahead clicked the drop-down menu to the right of the search bar. Keyword. Bam! No day passes by where we google stuff on the internet, and we don’t ask Google same questions we would ask a human being; “Yo, what are some good movies about mathematics?” –at least I don’t (unless Google finally makes its way to a new paradigm shift into the information singularity). We use keywords. Why would the biggest movie database on the planet not have such a feature? Instead of searching for movie titles, or genres, why not search for keywords and get a handful of movie suggestions you might actually like? And what’s even stranger, why haven’t I thought of it earlier?
The good thing about science is that it’s true whether or not you believe in it.