tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5895360772075558501.post9161880952309161850..comments2021-08-31T15:35:17.677+00:00Comments on The Newspaceman: FairytalesNewspacemanhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/09882208154995715405noreply@blogger.comBlogger6125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5895360772075558501.post-89175838817167462132012-11-11T07:18:56.341+00:002012-11-11T07:18:56.341+00:00Try to reserve a room beforehand where you can hav...Try to reserve a room beforehand where you can have some privacy with your resident, noting brings in a swarm of vultures like ordering in food from outside! Allow them to invite their roommate or a friend if they wish. 18 Scale PVC Figure There are different jobs connected with medicine.Sheilahttps://twitter.com/sampathgpatek/status/264453970213359616noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5895360772075558501.post-38688130810783221342012-07-18T11:35:54.682+00:002012-07-18T11:35:54.682+00:00http://www.livescience.com/21228-mysterious-africa...http://www.livescience.com/21228-mysterious-african-fairy-circles-mystery.htmlAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5895360772075558501.post-65126076438152438942012-07-18T11:35:46.527+00:002012-07-18T11:35:46.527+00:00http://www.livescience.com/21228-mysterious-africa...http://www.livescience.com/21228-mysterious-african-fairy-circles-mystery.htmlAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5895360772075558501.post-4759956955669519842012-07-16T17:56:39.898+00:002012-07-16T17:56:39.898+00:00Nsm,
Assume four round atom spheres of unit radiu...Nsm,<br /><br />Assume four round atom spheres of unit radius. Then assume the centres of those four atoms placed at one of the corners of a square (lying in a 2-D plane).<br /><br />Then, again, assume a diamond shape (i.e. an off-set square in effect) with one of each of the atom spheres at the 'corners' of the diamond.<br /><br />Now, go back to your school days (Pythagoras' theorem) and calculate the distances between all the spheres.....(Hint: the shortest distances will be found for the diamond shape).<br /><br />Thus the energy conservation is inherent in this geometry....triangles and diamonds (are a girls best friend !!)<br /><br /><br />Thereafter you can advance to a cube (a 3-D square in effect) and the tetrahedron becomes apparent - Synergetics.<br /><br />Anon2Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5895360772075558501.post-90239775947164586672012-07-15T12:18:32.041+00:002012-07-15T12:18:32.041+00:00Thanks Anon2. When growing up I was "obsessed...Thanks Anon2. When growing up I was "obsessed" with the number 3 and multiples thereof. (OCD ?). I also spent a lot of time at school just doodling sort of multiple-triangle structures on the back of my jotters. Never really tied up the triangles with the threes till now - but am still baffled.<br /><br />cheersNewspacemanhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/09882208154995715405noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5895360772075558501.post-58209430676905787432012-07-12T20:02:00.208+00:002012-07-12T20:02:00.208+00:00It's funny how this 'three' figure com...It's funny how this 'three' figure comes in, incessantly. <br />3x24=72(0)<br />Three is the no. of points in the triangle; in 2-D.<br /><br />To interconnect all atoms, the triangle is the the geometric figure (in 2-D) which attains this with the least amount of work/energy involved. Taken into 3-D we then get the tetrahedron - 720 degrees is the sum of the angles in a tetrahedron.<br /><br />Anon2Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com