A futuristic math...

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kirby urner

Feb 13, 2019, 11:57:16 AM2/13/19
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This Youtube starts slowly, with Happy Chinese New Year formalities, then dives into some math.

We're doing random walks from an origin, in space, to define the four points of a tetrahedron. 

However the walks take place within the closest packed balls of a specific matrix (CCP).

What's shown, but not proved, is every tetrahedron so derived has a whole number tetravolume.

As of 2019, the whole notion of "tetravolumes" and showing 3rd powering with a model other than a cube, is still far fetched.


PS:  Happy New Year

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