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“Levitating cat theorem”

“Levitating cat theorem”


The cat righting reflex is a cat’s innate ability to orient itself as it falls in order to land on its feet. Let’s say we eliminate the feet, the cat would have nowhere to fall?. The hairy ball theorem, was first stated by Henri Poincaré in the late 19th century, tells us that if a continuous vector field is tangent to a sphere, it must have at-least one point where the vector is zero,which means you can have a vector on a sphere which is continuous and zero at the same time, thus repelling the ball from nearby objects. In our case the cat has fur continuously growing generating force outwards from the cat , except on the bottom of the paws where the vector is -1,it doesn’t exist , if you remove the paws, the hair on the cat will repel the field on which the cat is tangent to and levitate.

  • Category : NEW_MEDIA
  • Size : 20(W) x 140(H) x 20(D) cm
  • Posting : 2017. 01. 02

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