It’s the “like likes like” in a paper about networks. I like it

It’s the “like likes like” in a paper about networks. I like it smile emoticon

There’s stuff a few years about about properties of spun glass and a marvelous paper about networking and “nearest neighbor” clustering a few years back that this reminds me of.

Also reminds me of how coffee grounds sticking together during a space mission was accidental confirmation of one of the theories of “How did the first particles of planets start sticking together when gravitational attractors were too weak” – and the answer was static electricity basically.

If you zoom out away from the details of many of the forces and fictional forces in physics, you’ll see they more-or-less follow these same types of patterns.

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