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(via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFeG9CeeH88)

This is a really interesting phenomenon. If you watch to the end of the video Mr Tokieda discusses how each individual ball is still behaving as you would expect it to if it were in isolation, but the balls together create an aggregate behaviour that is the opposite of that.

I wonder if there are parallels in social psychology to do with perceived intention and group interactions?

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