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Mathematicians (D. Smith, J.S. Myers, C.S. Kaplan and C. Goodman-Strauss) have finally discovered an elusive ‘einstein’ tile! A 13-sided tile called “the hat” forms a pattern that covers an infinite plane yet it cannot repeat, making it a long-sought shape known as an “einstein.” A sample of that pattern is shown here. TAP the image for more of the story by Emily Conover. (CC BY 4.0)
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Although the name “einstein” conjures up the iconic physicist, it comes from the German ein stein, meaning “one stone,” referring to the single tile. The einstein sits in a weird purgatory between order and disorder. Though the tiles fit neatly together and can cover an infinite plane, they are aperiodic, meaning they can’t form a pattern that repeats. Image courtesy : Robert Fathauer
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