Here's an engaging moving picture from RobertLovesPi. The Platonic solids --- cubes, pyramids, octahedrons, icosahedrons, and dodecahedrons --- are five solid shapes each with the same regular convex polygon as their face. This is a nice two-dimensional rendering of a three-dimensional projection of a ``hyperdodecahedron''. It's made of 120 dodecahedrons, in a four-dimensional space. And it's got the same kind of structure that Platonic solids have, being made of the same regular convex polyhedron for each face. Remarkably, I learn from Mathworld, the shape is three-colorable. That is, suppose you wanted to assign colors to each of the corners in this four-dimensional shape. They're all green circles here, but they don't have to be. There are a lot of these corners, and they're connected in complicated ways to one another. But you could color in every one of them, so that none if them is connected directly to another of the same color, using only three different colors.
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Over the last number of articles, we have examined how “Dr” David Yonggi Cho has made up his own theology through his delusional experiences and misapplication of scriptural passages. 552 more words
Over the last number of articles, we have examined how “Dr” David Yonggi Cho has made up his own theology through his delusional experiences and misapplication of scriptural passages. 553 more words