I had earlier responded to this, somewhat inadequately with the single exclamatory word "WOW!" as I was utterly dumbstruck at that point. Now, on regaining my senses, such as they are, I'd like to further state:
Hilbert (and Max Dehn) thou shoulds't be living at this age! (Not to mention Buckminster Fuller).
GSC ++++ Frank Zubek posted Aug 4, 2013 1:33 AM > > It was me showing the synergeo guys how to accomplish > Hilbert's third problem listed among unsolved > problems > with my set, and of course using my blocks, and for > sure Kirby nor Fuller never could even have a > faintest clue, yet the problem existed in his time > but the cleverness was lacking. > > Now of course they can do it, after ME. > I was also the first to show how to use any number of > magnets that never repel, commonly used in polyhedra > manufacturers, again it was not Fuller but me and now > everyone is using my system. > It was me who done the lowest common denominator for > all the structures. > It was me who discovered the most minimal blocks > Fuller again had no clue, and any of the synergeo > enthusiasts, and it was ME to show that two fused > reg. tet. are NOT the minimal but the 1/8 octahedrons > are. > All done on a pocket calculator and a napkin, isn't > that something. > frank > > frank