Tag Archive for Geometry

Generalized Summation of the Area, Circumference, and Volume of An Arbitrarily Sided, Symmetrically Ideal Proportioned, Polymentional, Circle-Gon


                      Top, mid, and bottom of my formulation for, “Generalized Summation of the Area, Circumference, and Volume of An Arbitrarily Sided, Symmetrically Ideal Proportioned, Polymentional, Circle-Gon”. Done shortly after my… Read more…

Make It So


Build a cone with the radius of of a single rod of arbitrary length and thickness, rotated 360 degrees, or 2 pi, if you don’t want to have to draw a 360 sided polygon of 360 triangles. Use coagulant extruded… Read more…

I Got My Marbles Back


Step One: Give everyone a marble. Step Two: Start a gigantic game of Gille. How To Play Abdullah Hamad’s Version of Gille For a playfield, use a shallow hemispherical bowl (non-parabolic) divided into four equal quadrants. Each player starts in… Read more…

Biosymmetrical Mathematical Evolution of Forms, with Incidental Applications


The most inadvertently sexy math problem in existence, if I may say so myself. [link removed](Don’t worry, it wasn’t explicit, just low-quality).                                 If you’re… Read more…

Inherent Virtue


In his dialogue with Laches, Socrates attempts to overcome a pedagogical dillema. He is asked by a friend to train a student in the finer points of virtue. But can someone really teach another person to be virtuous? Socrates makes… Read more…