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Re: One Simple Question On The Fourth Dimension

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Posted by Quirky/">Quirky on November 8, 1999 21:39:49 UTC

: : : : : : : : : What exactly is a hypercube? and how do can you make one, out of physical material of course? : : : :

: Get CARL SAGAN'S BOOK "cosmos" it's outlined there, good luck!

Is there anyone out there with that book handy and can briefly outline the procedure? I'm currently working on producing a three-dimensional representation of a hypercube and am wondering what the results have been up in the big scientist world ... :) And if anyone responds to this, please do so in an email to me as well... :)

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