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frank zubek

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synergetics made by Z modules 4 years old Urner's lie
Posted: Jul 28, 2013 1:48 PM
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http://mathforum.org/kb/thread.jspa?threadID=2581851

Only after this vid. was made, Mr. Urner have found a collaborator who was willing to lie, that he somehow have knew all these dissections, well it was my intention to show THEM that WE ARE WORKING FROM A SAME MODEL just dissected differently. Beside models I also have numbers to all these structures and synergetics is wrong in all accounts, mathematics, geometry, modeling, concentric hierarchy and all what stems from it, including his philosophy, but dear educators you be the judge, MODELS DO NOT liy, humans DO.


Now anyone can see How lies from Kirby are not worth to read.
Clearly here I showing how we dissecting the same cube and how synergetics can be generated by my blocks all what you see is of course at two frequency level because synergetics operates at the greatest common denominator (DOES LESS WITH MORE)level and starts at two frequency, If Fuller would be aweare of this his synergetics would be just a old chip of the cube, in any case that it what is it.

It was ALWAYS cube based and the new language whatever Fuller is attributed to invent is just to sidetrack from the comon human perceptions we are all familiar with.

If anyone is interested I have about 70 some vid. debunking Fullers approach which according to his own model are wrong watch the vid. and make your opinion.

frank



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