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Derek S.

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Registered: 5/9/11
Analysis for those inclined.
Posted: May 9, 2011 4:13 PM
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My friends,

I'm not a mathematician, in fact I know next to nothing about math. I let creation happen. Here are three designs I produced- that feel like something a mathematician might enjoy. If anyone finds meaning in them, mathematical or otherwise,
I would like to know.

For me this one is a representation of waters distortion of light (I call it a trifar):

A 4 dimensional training tool:

The realm of infinite possibilities simplified:

(The name is a joke, as the mind might kill itself analyzing the perspective.)


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