This Is the Way the Paper Crumples: In a ball of paper, scientists discover a landscape of surprising mathematical order

Siobhan Roberts in the NYT writes about Omer Gottesman's discovery that when repeatedly crumpling paper, the total length of the creases is surprisingly predictable. Via, based on Nature paper at

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