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Topic: Tonsoidal Torus?
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Tim Poston

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Re: Tonsoidal torus
Posted: Apr 6, 1994 10:27 PM
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>> "self-fertilizing polyhedron". (I dissected a
>> compound word wrong.) Can anyone think of a polyhedron to fit this
>> description? (The word I translated as "fertilizer" also means
>> "manure".)


Any polyhedral surface whose inside is its outside
would have difficulty keeping its pre-manure under proper constraint.


Tim


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