We showed a few professors (of physics and chemistry) the popular game 2048 - none of them had heard of it!
The Professors, from the University of Nottingham, are:
Laurence Eaves, Martyn Poliakoff, Phil Moriarty, Ed Copeland and Tony Padilla.
Raw game footage: http://youtu.be/3a-i36y1l4A
PLAY THE GAME: http://bit.ly/2048num
And of those who prefer Threes! ---http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Threes!
You can see more of them here on Numberphile, along with our physics channel sixtysymbols and chemistry channel periodicvideos.
Knight's Tour: http://youtu.be/ab_dY3dZFHM
Portal 2: http://youtu.be/ASUUN0W4_JY
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