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Hyperspace Star Polytope Slicer Hyperspace Star Polytope Slicer Play with the controls! Use the "Shell" slider to pick another shell, then move the "Section" slider around. Click the "New Colors" button. If you have red-blue 3D glasses, change the "Stereo Mode" to "Anaglyph" and click the "Edges" checkbox. If you have a ColorCodeViewerTM (see below), change the "Stereo Mode" to "ColorCode" and click the "Edges" checkbox.
Atom Bomb



Cosmos is the Universe regarded as an ordered system.[1] The philosopher Pythagoras is regarded as the first person to apply the term cosmos (Greek κόσμος) to the order of the Universe.[2] Cosmology[edit] Cosmology is the study of the cosmos in several of the above meanings, depending on context. All cosmologies have in common an attempt to understand the implicit order within the whole of being.

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Subject Information Notes for Teachers This Vedic mathematics exercise can provide practice in basic arithmetic manipulation (addition and multiplication), as well as providing a context in which students can explore mathematical connections. The task set out on the sheet is suitable for a wide age and ability range. At one level, it can generate an artistically pleasing set of mathematical designs; more advanced work can go on to explore and explain some of the patterns which are developed. Mathematics - Multicultural Maths Activities Mathematics - Multicultural Maths Activities
Fibonacci, de Gulden Snede en het Zonnebloemmotief A.h.v. onderstaande figuur laat ik nog eens zien hoe cellen zich telkens opnieuw ordenen, wanneer deze zich naar buiten toe over een steeds grotere omtrek verspreiden. Dat is hier weergegeven als een uitrekking in de horizontale ( tangentiële ) richting. Omdat het totale oppervlak, dat deze cellen gezamenlijk innemen, hierbij in principe niet verandert - even afgezien dan van eventuele groei of krimp - gaat dat in verticale ( radiale ) richting gepaard met een samentrekking. Zijn aanvankelijk cellen A, B, C en D nog geordend in een vierkant, na samentrekking in verticale en uitrekking in horizontale richting zijn dit vervolgens de cellen B, C, D en E. .In eerste instantie vallen de twee actuele spiralen nog samen met de zijden van het oorspronkelijke vierkant en verlopen derhalve in de richtingen BA en BC. .Dit vierkant vervormt echter geleidelijk aan tot een ruit met een maximale hoek van 120 graden. Fibonacci, de Gulden Snede en het Zonnebloemmotief
On 6th June 2006, I added optional satellite dish pointing angles - azimuth, elevation and feed rotation polarisation angles. These are based on the latitude and longitude of your site location and the orbit position longitude of the geostationary satellite selected which is above the equator. Not all the bugs may be out of this yet. Lat - Long Finder: This page helps you find Latitude and Longitude Lat - Long Finder: This page helps you find Latitude and Longitude
UFOs, ETs, Crop Circles and Close Encounters

UFO Top Secret: The Bob Lazar Interview pt.1
New Science, Holographic Universe, and Supranormal Phenomena

FAQ on Vedic Mathematics (From Georges Ifrah's The Universal History of Numbers) FAQ in Ancient Indian Mathematics If you have questions on Vedic Mathematics or related topics, don't be bashful, send them to No question will be deemed too simple or obvious. FAQ on Vedic Mathematics
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy[3] is often abbreviated "HG2G" [4] and "HHGTTG" [5] (as used on fan websites) also "H2G2" (first used by Neil Gaiman as a chapter title in Don't Panic and later by the online guide). The series is also often referred to as "The Hitchhiker's Guide", "Hitchhiker's", or simply "[The] Guide". This title can refer to any of the various incarnations of the story of which the books are the most widely distributed, having been translated into more than 30 languages by 2005.[6] The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Cosmology - UR

Gravitation Gravitation, or gravity, is a natural phenomenon by which all physical bodies attract each other. It is most commonly recognized and experienced as the agent that gives weight to physical objects, and causes physical objects to fall toward the ground when dropped from a height. During the grand unification epoch, gravity separated from the electronuclear force. Gravity is the weakest of the four fundamental forces, and appears to have unlimited range (unlike the strong or weak force). The gravitational force is approximately 10-38 times the strength of the strong force (i.e., gravity is 38 orders of magnitude weaker), 10-36 times the strength of the electromagnetic force, and 10-29 times the strength of the weak force.


Wormholes Wormholes I was at a talk the other night listening to a nervous grad student present a paper about knots when, for whatever reason – I was thinking about Michael Heizer – wham!An idea came to me: The eccentric son of a billionaire takes his share of the family fortune and moves to Utah. He buys loads and loads of land, tens of thousands of acres – and, with it, huge digging machines. This includes state of the art tunnelers, taken straight from the oil industry.
Tesla komt na 100 jaar toch weer om de hoek
Life in the Universe #2: Where is Everybody? (FINAL CUT)
Life in the Universe #1: Just on Earth, or Everywhere?
Diamagnetic Gravity Vortexes

Diamagnetic Gravity Vortexes

Diamagnetic Gravity Vortexes by Richard LeFors Clark Waves of gravity pour from an extraordinary (and imaginary) cosmic accident —a head-on collision of two black holes approaching from left and right.


There are many competing theories about the ultimate fate of the universe. Physicists remain unsure about what, if anything, preceded the Big Bang. Many refuse to speculate, doubting that any information from any such prior state could ever be accessible. There are various multiverse hypotheses, in which some physicists have suggested that the Universe might be one among many or even an infinite number of universes that likewise exist.[11][12]
Segment of the macrocosm showing the elemental spheres of terra (earth), aqua (water), aer (air), and ignis (fire). Robert Fludd. 1617. Many philosophies and worldviews have a set of classical elements believed to reflect the simplest essential parts and principles of which anything can consist or upon which the constitution and fundamental powers of everything are based.

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