The Monster Group explained.
Featuring John Conway (Princeton University) and Tim Burness (University of Bristol).
Brown papers and Numberphile artwork: http://bit.ly/brownpapers
More Conway on this topic: http://youtu.be/xOCe5HUObD4
And Conway on Game of Life, etc: http://bit.ly/JohnConway
A little extra bit from Tim: http://youtu.be/MXKiih4JJvQ
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Videos by Brady Haran
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