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Topic: What if geometry were a science?
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norman shapiro

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Re: What if geometry were a science?
Posted: Mar 13, 2007 9:53 AM
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Bucky's conjecture as to the tetrahedron has resonated in at least 3 areas in the sciences, try quantum physics, quantum chemistry and quantum biology. The tetrahedron, according to Alan Lightman is at its very core!

I suggest you read 'The Discoveries' by Alan Lightman, Pantheon Books, NY 2005

Norman Shapiro
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