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Topic: Trying to get a golden spiral from an overhead view of a helix
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Bob L Petersen

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Re: Thank you for Trying to get a golden spiral What would be the interval till what appears as the point infinity
Posted: Feb 18, 2005 12:38 PM
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On 18 Feb 05 06:07:00 -0500 (EST), Jon Miller wrote:



Just in thinking of the problem I saw that it would be possible to see
the helics or circle reduced to a point. That point being the start of
the next golden spiral. What would the interval be over a given scale
of all parts.

Thank You I must now go back to work.
Working with square pegs and round holes.
One never picks up the right peg the first tiime.

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Bob L. Petersen

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Bob L. Petersen



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