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December 3rd, 2008, 06:18 AM   #1
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Immutable Geometry

Look what I found...

Its a piece of geometry that flies in the face of the buddha.

The buddha reckoned that everything changes. Not so. This star has a property that does not change. No matter where the loci are on the circumference of the circle, there is always a straight line through x,y and z.

I've been working on some algebra to explain it for the last four years. And I've discovered something about primes in the meantime.

Anyone who has any grasp on algebra, I would value your input in how to describe the properties of the star.
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