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[Alln] 4x4 contest: The Infinite Monkey Cage . An fun experiment with Lego, Photoshop and philosophical ideas. . It has been said that if one gave an inifinte number of monkeys typewriters and paper, they would eventually write the complete works of Shakespeare. In order to physically recreate this thought experiment, the Infinite Monkey Cage was built. Unfortunately the builders only made it infinite in one direction, claiming that infinity comes in an inifinite number of forms. Being infinitely large, the cage wouldn't fit on any planet and had to built in deep space. When the inifinite number of monkeys were finally collected together and put in the cage, they soon died in the vacuum, leaving just some banana skins flapping in space... This creation was built because I saw the 4x4 contest (I thought it was for cars at first!) on the [Alln] group. What can you fit into just 4x4 studs? Why not build something 4x4 but infinitely tall? The creation takes its name from the superb Radio 4 science programme, The Inifinite Monkey Cage, where they have dealt with the thorny issue of what dimensions the cage is infinite in. I thought that I should add a photo showing exactly what I actually built. The bit that I found the trickiest with this MOC was to photograph it at an angle that would allow me to clone the image and stack them up in Photoshop. Oh for an infinite amount of Lego!


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