Math is unreasonably effective in describing the natural universe. Anyone who's seen Walt Disney's Donald in Mathmagic Land knows this to be so. Well, the axiom works in reverse, too: The physical stuff of the universe can model math right back. And to great effect.
For proof, look no further than these beautiful beaded fullerenes crafted by Taiwanese chemistry professor Bih-Yaw Jin.
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