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3.3 Multiple Ways of Making a Cortex
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Rupert Macey-Dare
Fascinating brain origami!
Frank Hook/Robbins
I can’t see how folding a piece of paper changes it’s original volume, it doesn’t loose any molecules in the process, so just how does it change allowing more surface area. Am I looking at this too literally? I can see that it changes the shape, however not the surface volume...that would be a constant right?
Frank Hook/Robbins
I can’t see how folding a piece of paper changes it’s original volume, it doesn’t loose or gain any molecules in the process, so just how does it change allowing more surface area. Am I looking at this too literally? I can see that it changes the shape, however not the surface volume...that would be a constant right?
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