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April 7th, 2011, 05:49 AM   #61
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Maybe if you write some letters to some science-like magazines ---as i did--- you will get a letter someday, from some dude in a big university who can help you better understand what the word "radial" line means better than I have been able to explain. Gr T
"some dude", (for example!) sounds a little disrespectfull to me. The way you describe to figure out your problem seems to be inefficient. They have to ask some-one on a university to find out what a radial is in the context of your problem and help you out by the definition they received from some-one on a university. You could also do the asking; propose your problem to them and let them help you out if people on a univ wish and are able to do so.
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I rememmbered last night, lying in bed, I've used a "radial" arm saw many times to cut the "radial" angles on the wooden 2x4 or 2x6 struts( chords ) to build geodesic dome. CrGs isolating out of a "shell" as having more radial number lines than some other shell and that of course is incorrect, ergo more misdirection over a ridiculus/lame non-issue.
I didn't say that.
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I rememmbered last night, lying in bed, I've used a "radial" arm saw many times to cut the "radial" angles on the wooden 2x4 or 2x6 struts( chords ) to build geodesic dome. CrGs isolating out of a "shell" as having more radial number lines than some other shell and that of course is incorrect, ergo more misdirection over a ridiculus/lame non-issue.
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"shell" was in quotes and you did say that. Now your upset because I have not spelled out your long name in every post. Here "CrGreathouse", I will not be reply to anymore of your posts. Sorry. There is getting too be too many lame/ridiculus and trivially insignificant ---if not anal--- hoops your have been and/or are beginning to put in the pathways of having reasonble and effective, efficient communications is boring and sad. :--(

If and when I get around to more explorations with the 12 radiating numeber lines options/alternatives or whatever, I may post those results here Thx again for your help here and there. Gr T
 
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Now your upset because I have not spelled out your long name in every post.
It never bothered me that you shortened my name. You're welcome to address me as CRG (or even CrG, though that's not technically correct) if you prefer.

I'm also not upset.

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There is getting too be too many lame/ridiculus and trivially insignificant ---if not anal--- hoops your have been and/or are beginning to put in the pathways of having reasonble and effective, efficient communications is boring and sad. :--(
Had you been able to explain your thoughts to any of the members here I'm sure they would be willing to explain it, in turn, to me. But apparently you are unwilling or unable to do so.

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If and when I get around to more explorations with the 12 radiating numeber lines options/alternatives or whatever, I may post those results here Thx again for your help here and there. Gr T
Good luck to you.
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Indeed - good luck to you.
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So a friend help create a complex octagon in my "grapher'. There are limits of anyone to explain simple concepts any when using graphics, so, hopfully this graphic will help break through barriers understanding of understanding that seem to plague all of my attempts to explain relatively simple concepts. Oops I see error in my text, teh VE/cubo-octahedorn folds into a complex octagon, not a complex hexagon, tho it does fold into a simple hexagon with six radial lines of relationhship.Gr T[attachment=0:3219tjuq]Conplex Octagon.jpg[/attachment:3219tjuq]
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