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    "SOMATOIDES" BASIC BUILDING BLOCK STRUCTURING THE BASIC POLYHEDRA

     

    "SOMATOIDES" BASIC BUILDING BLOCK [ INTERPRETED
    By PANAGIOTIS STEFANIDES ] STRUCTURING THE ICOSAHEDRON AND THE OTHER BASIC POLYHEDRA.

     

     

     

    In the video clip the Somatoides[red] and its extensions , [blue and white solids all in golden ratio to each other, and
    [ as building blocks] form together one Quarter of a Great Pyramid Model , via which the ICOSAHEDRON
    [ HEXAGONAL SECTION SHOWN] and the other Four Platonic or Eucleidean Solids are being built.

     


    THIS SOMATOIDES TETRAHEDRAL[ RED] 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

     

     

     

    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%
    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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