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Topic: GSC spheres
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frank zubek

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GSC spheres
Posted: Aug 23, 2013 3:36 PM
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http://www.earth360.com/math_spheres.html

Please check out packing.
The sphere centers designates a interval a division,
Fuller slapped 4 sphere where there should be 10 of them he done it so he could claim 1-F measure as the starting point of his hierarchy.

Kirby calls this " accepting synergetic definitions"
In other word if you accept these definitions THAN synergetic is correct, well I have a news for him.
He is **wrong** even if any idiot would accept SOME synergetic definitions, because those definitions do not obeying ANY coherence, any law, any formula and again I can show that EVEN with these skewed definitions his geometry is wrong on several places, have videos, have letters, numbers, fractions, formulas have it all and it still does not makes ANY sense.

fz



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