Plato Does Us a Solid

Okay, so we all know there are five Platonic solids. The tetrahedron, the hexahedron, known as the cube to you squares out there, the octahedron, the dodecahedron, and the icosahedron. 428 more words

Plato Does Us a Solid

Okay, so we all know there are five Platonic solids. The tetrahedron, the hexahedron, known as the cube to you squares out there, the octahedron, the dodecahedron, and the icosahedron. 428 more words

Awesome. Arguably one of those words that is over-used in our contemporary lexicon but when I use it to describe the power of Sacred Geometry as a Healing tool this is no exaggeration. 1,137 more words

The microscopic world takes on shapes and forms that we thought were merely an invention of our own minds. This further amplifies the notion that geometry is a fundamental component of this universe. 41 more words

The first day on the field since the 11:11 proved once again, just because spirit says something consistently, one way, doesn’t mean it will “look” like that! 1,383 more words

**The Universe in Motion[1]**

The mathematics section of the National Academy of Sciences lists 104 members. Just four are women. As recently as June, that number was six. 1,262 more words

The fun facts about numbers that you didn’t realise you’ve always wanted to know…

**4.6692… – FEIGENBAUM’S CONSTANT**** **

A new addition to the list of important mathematical numbers, Feigenbaum’s constant was only discovered in 1978 through the study of chaotic systems. 749 more words

Here are some things I’ve been thinking about this year: the nature of truth, when true things become untrue things, fairness, essentials, basic forms, how things change between conception and execution, how things change after execution through use. 133 more words