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I. i. Gravity explains why these metals, when in proper association, develop such extraordinary coherence, for we are not really dealing in a mystery__outside of the fact that we are dealing in the mystery of how there happened to be gravity and how there happened to be Universe. How there happened to be Universe is certainly a great mystery__there is no question about Fig. 110A Fig. 110B Copyright © 1997 Estate of R.
The necklace tetrahedron strung together with long-tube-beads. A child tries the necklace cube, and it collapses. The child then takes the edge tubes of the collapsed cube and reassembles them as an octahedron__which holds its shape. The child also takes two sets of six tubes and makes two tetrahedra producing an omnitriangulated superficially induced cube with eight corners. 321 Any four points in Universe are always most economically interrelated by an ever-transforming tetrahedron, the whole, low-order, rational volume of whose primitive, cosmic, equiwavelengthed-and-frequenced corresponding vector equilibrium, cube, octahedron, rhombic triacontahedron, and rhombic dodecahedron__stated in tetravolumes__are always 1, 2 ½, 2 ½ , 3, 4, 5, 6 __which hierarchy of constituent geometrical structures remains eternally invariable.
A fourth ball appears and is also massattracted; it rolls into the "nest" of the triangular group. . and this stops all motion as the four balls become a self-stabilized system: the tetrahedron. (SeeFig. 401 Events are changes of interrelationships. 402 Events are changes of interrelationships between a plurality of systems or between constituents of any one system. Events are changes of interrelationships, between any one of the separate "thing" system's constituent characteristics__a minimum thing has separable parts.