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    "SOMATOIDES" STRUCTURE , INTERPRETED By PANAGIOTIS STEFANIDES

     

    "SOMATOIDES" STRUCTURE , INTERPRETED
    By PANAGIOTIS STEFANIDES

     


    THIS SOMATOIDES TETRAHEDRAL STRUCTURE

    HAS EDGE LENGTS BASED ON THE SQUARE ROOT OF

     

    THE GOLDEN SECTION [ SQRT(Φ) = T]

     

    THIS SPECIAL FORM OF TETRAHEDRON, HAS A

     

    STRUCTURE IS BASED ON TWO PAIRS OF ORTHOGONAL

     

    TRIANGES.

     

    [REF.: PLATO'S TIMAEUS MOST BEAUTIFUL TRIANGLE-P.STEFANIDES INTERPRETATION
    http://www.stefanides.gr/Html/platostriangle.htm ]

    THE SIDES [ LINES] OF THESE ORTHOGONAL TRIANGLES

     

    [P. STEFANIDES INTERPRETATION] REPRESENT GEOMETRICALLY

     

    THE FOUR PLATONIC ELEMENTS, IN GEOMETRIC

     

    RATIOS

     

    T^3/T^2==T^2/T^1 =T^1/1 = FIRE/AIR =

     

    =AIR/WATER=AIR/WATER=WATER/EARTH =T

     

    WHWRE T IS THE SQRT[Phi] OBEYING : T^4 -T^2 -1 = 0

     

    P.S.
    In the video clip the Smatoides[red] and its extentions , [blue and the transparent yellowish solids all in golden ratio to each other, form together[ as building blocks] one quarter of a great pyramid model , via which the Icosahedron
    [ HEXAGONAL SECTION SHOWN] and the other Four Platonic Solids are being built.

     

     

     

    ABSTRACT

     

    The theory behind this work is based on my, proposed interpretation of Plato’s Timaeus triangles of the structure of matter, “THE MOST BEAUTIFUL” and “THE ISOSCELES” [Pl. Ti 54 B] and also “THE “SOMATOIDES” and “THE STEREOID-MOST BEAUTIFUL BOND” [Pl.Ti.31B, C/32 B] It is additionally based on my special theory, proposed, relating Spirals and Logarithms to various bases.

     

    REF :
    http://www.stefanides.gr/Html/platostriangle.htm

    http://www.stefanides.gr/pdf/BOOK%20_GRSOGF.pdf

    http://www.stefanides.gr/pdf/PROPOSED_GEOMETRY_OF_THE_PLATONIC_TIMAEUS_GREEK.pdf.pdf

     

    http://www.stefanides.gr

     

    © Copyright Panagiotis Stefanides.

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