My work entitled ‘Fire, Air and Water’ demonstrates a metamorphosis of three triangular-based Platonic solids: the tetrahedron (believed to represent fire), the octahedron (air), and the icosahedron (water). 146 more words

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#### The Dirty Dozen

Well it was a half dozen today. The most we’ve had at Ovada in one day. Still an air of monastic calm with us moving mostly in silence working in parallel but sometimes meeting, in a zone of concentration working on and around the growing thing which at night takes on appearance of an imminently animated beast developing a reason for living. 378 more words

#### More Maths Art

Wednesday is here, the middle of the week, just a couple of days until the weekend. In the past weeks I have done more artistic and relaxing Wednesdays and this one will be the same. 273 more words

#### Making Platonic Solids with Gumdrops and Toothpicks

We’ve been making Platonic solids with gumdrops once a year for about four years now. We use directions from “Constructing Platonic Solids in the Classroom” 29 more words

#### Dodecahedron

The Dodecahedron has 20 vertices and 12 faces. The face is a pentagon with 5 vertices. There are 5 Platonic solids. The face of the cube has 4 vertices, a square, the remaining solids, the tetrahedron, the octahedron and the icosahedron, each have a face with 3 vertices. 886 more words

#### Deal 555: Reflecting on Unity

As you will learn as you progress towards the inner spheres, The Unity stands and falls on reflection. We are each a reflection of the order, each a facet of the singularity, which being spherical has no actual facets. 265 more words