For each hexagon, toss a coin to determine the color. Choose one color for heads, one for tails. The point here is that you will have colored the hexagons totally randomly. But stare at it and you will see patterns. It’s a reminder that we find randomness very difficult to comprehend. Art copyright © Edmund Harriss.
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