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August 28th, 2016, 09:25 PM   #1
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Double-handedness of threaded fasteners, etc.

Can a specialized bolt, threaded both clockwise and counterclockwise, accept a similar nut, both CW and CCW?

Could this be extended to all male objects of dual handed geometry with corresponding female objects, and to the mathematics which describes double-handedness?

That is, opposite handedness can exist as mutually compatible -- occupying the same space -- like classicized photons obeying a "Pauli exclusion principle."
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