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January 3rd, 2016, 10:37 PM   #1
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Times 2 infinite progression of size

Shown is a times 2 or one half infinite progression of size, or area. This when using triarcs.
Please note that the biarcs in each circle containing the triarc, have or are biangular biarcs.
This shows one arc of the biarc as 120 degrees, and the other arc is 60 degrees.
Or a exact times 2 or one half arc.
This picture is not exact, due to drawing it by hand.
Maybe a member can make a better picture done with computer graphics.
I would like to see a better one shown. I am not good with computer graphics.
Note also if you look at the picture in one direction and then turn it upside down. the shapes will appear to move in opposite directions.
Though with this we can show a true times 2 or one half infinite progression of size or area.
Please let me know if anyone thinks this is interesting. I think it is cool.
Triacs are the shapes of space between combined liquid particles of mass.
They are from The Shapes of our universe, geometric arc shapes, M. Eaton copyright 2012
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