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Answer:
**60 degrees**

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**frequencies**

Synergetics equates and utilizes Heisenberg's Indeterminism and its mensuration with the omni-symmetry of wavilinear phenomena, and then fuses it into the conceptual-metaphysical of the subjective-absolute equilibria.

Synergetics equates and utilizes Heisenberg's Indeterminism and its mensuration with the omni-symmetry of wavilinear phenomena, and then fuses it into the conceptual-metaphysical of the subjective-absolute equilibria.

Answer:
**perpetual motion machine**

Answer:
**polyhedra**

The system of space is composed of concave and convex series of tetrahedra. 'Many sideness'...a spheric experience of ultrhigh frequencies, omnidirectional, within finite-closed areas.

The system of space is composed of concave and convex series of tetrahedra. 'Many sideness'...a spheric experience of ultrhigh frequencies, omnidirectional, within finite-closed areas.

Answer:
**6**

Answer:
**isotropic vector matrix**

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**triangles**

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**sphere**

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**event embryo**

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**dodecahedron**

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**structure**

Here, he emphasizes angular invariability and regenerative within the system.

Here, he emphasizes angular invariability and regenerative within the system.

Answer:
**5 **

Answer:
**vector trajectory**

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**gravity**

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**tensegrity**

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**eternity**

Answer:
**linear angular**

Answer:
**720**

A tetrahedron is a four-sided, three-dimensional shape. Descartes developed a general rule for any polyhedron: the sum of the surface angles is equal to 720 degrees subtracted from 360 degrees times the number of vertices. Fuller referred to this 720-degree difference as "takeout."

A tetrahedron is a four-sided, three-dimensional shape. Descartes developed a general rule for any polyhedron: the sum of the surface angles is equal to 720 degrees subtracted from 360 degrees times the number of vertices. Fuller referred to this 720-degree difference as "takeout."

Answer:
**False **

All planes have spaces between them, no continuum is without 'holes'.

All planes have spaces between them, no continuum is without 'holes'.

Answer:
**universe**

Answer:
**rhombic dodecahedron**

Answer:
**tetrahedron**

Answer:
**hydraulic compression**

The crystalline tensions of cell sacs are hydraulically filled to distribute the compression and tension loads throughout the whole structure. The cells then become noncompressible.

The crystalline tensions of cell sacs are hydraulically filled to distribute the compression and tension loads throughout the whole structure. The cells then become noncompressible.

Answer:
**Gibbs**

The vertexial bonds of polyhedral molecules, create hinges- triple bonding gives rigidity. Gases then can be tetrahedrally bonded, corner to corner, as universal joints. Cool!

The vertexial bonds of polyhedral molecules, create hinges- triple bonding gives rigidity. Gases then can be tetrahedrally bonded, corner to corner, as universal joints. Cool!

Answer:
**Euler **

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