What are you seeing here? Part of it is simply gravity: the weight of the chain that's hanging over the side is pulling the rest of the chain over. Part of it is waves in the motion of the chain. Part of it is the fact that the chain can't change direction infinitely quickly. And all of it will, as io9 puts it (http://io9.com/this-is-the-bead-chain-experiment-its-about-to-melt-y-602029455), melt your brain.
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That is the reality being built in the near future with devices creating ubiquity of information of all types, as expressed in the video.
The context for that quote is a gaming post back in May 2013, where the comments talked about the implications of access to everything & the difficulty of good judgment, within THAT reality. -->
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