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frank zubek

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Posted: Aug 24, 2013 2:55 AM
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Say we have a regular block, some of these blocks with they companions are space-fillers, they are in the family of concentric hierarchy, like "Russian dolls"= concentric
.These blocks are now diviaded in to tetrahedrons and these tetrahedrons are vol. identical, A rh. dodeca or any such solid can be divided in to infinite many tetrahedrons, so infinity here is not considered a attribute, since it can be done infinite many ways, what is important WHAT IS THE LOWEST NUBER OF VOL. IDENTICAL TETRAHEDRONS for any such structure. Let me assure you before you venture in to that alley, that synergetics is one of the infinite possible construction, whereas what I have and discovered is that the x,y,z, cube derived tetrahedroons are THE LOWEST POSSIBLE NUMBER OF VOL. IDENTICAL BLOCKS FOR ANY MENTIONED STRUCTURE, and here where is one of many instances where synergetics is merelly just a REDUCTIO AD ABSURDUM.

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