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frank zubek

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Re: Learning for Understanding
Posted: Aug 10, 2013 10:32 AM
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Mr.GCS;
I have sent my cube to Kirby, his question was, is your focus on geometry or the magnets, I said both, the magnets are solved the geometry is ongoing.

I have sent my cube to Steve, he threatened me if I don't tell him how my magnets work he will pray them open.

This is just scratching the surface, here is a another case; Kirby claims he can build all my modules, now I have dates, videos, and a concrete proof that Kirby, Fuller, and none of these clowns EVER had a claim to account synergetics via x,y,z, blocks and It was ME to show them so, as far you telling me
how to behave, well I have years of opportunity to fight this scum, and the dirt is everywhere, now I know you may believe that mathematicians or thinkers are nice, honest, polite, honorable, and now it make me think you coming from a lala-land, by the way I was also naive long time ago.

frank

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