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frank zubek

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kirby explains
Posted: Aug 10, 2013 11:47 AM
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Kirby wrote;
Constant for going between them: sqrt(9/8) * XYZ = IVM
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Now here we will use numbers'
A synergetics octahedron = 96 modules
so 96x.1111... =10.66666...
does ANYONE know what is this 10.6666...
well sure we know it is 10 cubes and 2/3
Each cube in synergetics should = to 9 blocks since 72/8=9 and we can do this with any synergetics module count, would anyone like to see. Kirby would you like any polyhedron, rh. dodeca, rh. triconta, cube, cubeoctah. octahedron, terahedron hey buddy just give me ANY synergetics polyhedron ANY please, I will convert these numbers generated by a pocket calculator and tell you ANY equivalence of your modules in to cubes, 9/8, 8/9 you sir are a JOKE.

fz,

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