Big Bertha Thing uniform
- From: "Tony Lance" <tonylance@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 03 Dec 2011 21:56:19 -0000
Big Bertha Thing uniform
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Possible Real World System Constructs.
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Animated wire-frame Polyhedron display,
complete with duals and double precision
angles to the polygons. Also technical
program description and 75 pictures.
Just one thing, thats still outstanding.
This is a collection of PostScript files from
the Computing Science Technical Report series
of organization 1127 of AT&T Bell Laboratories
report Comp. Sci. Tech. Rep. No. 130
author Andrew Hume
title Exact Descriptions of Regular
and Semi-Regular Polyhedra and Their Duals
date November 1986
tm TM 11276-861022-09
Just two programs ready to run.
1. kaleido.exe (MSDOS) 86KB (see Zip)
2. schwarz.exe (MSDOS) 27KB (see Zip)
Just one description of two programs,
that do just one thing, better than the next best thing.
uniform.pdf (Adobe) 676KB (see Zip)
Big Bertha Thing windows
On the Windows of King's College Remaining Boarded.
Loquitur Discipulus Esuriens.
Professors, in your plan there seems
A something not quite right,
'Tis queer to cherish learning's beams,
By shutting out the light.
While thus we see your windows block'd,
If nobody complains;
Yet everybody must be shock'd,
To see you don't take pains.
And tell me why should bodily
Succumb to mental meat?
Or why should eta, beta, pi,
Be all the pie we eat?
No helluo liborum I,
No literary glutton,
Would veal with Virgil like to try,
With metaphysics, mutton.
Leave us no longer in the lurch,
With Romans, Greeks, and Hindoos;
But give us beef as well as birch,
And board us - not your windows.
From the book
The Ingoldsby Legends
by the Rev. Richard H. Barham
Published by Richard Edward King,
88 Curtain Road,
From Aunt Emma
March 6th 1921
A computer program, called kaleido (cf. [Ha]) and
publicly available at ftp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx,
has been developed to compute the data of a uniform
polyhedron (and its dual)...
Kaleido is also capable of computing the vertex and
face coordinates and displaying a rotating wire-frame
image of each polyhedron.
Two quotes from following attribution:-
Uniform Solution for Uniform Polyhedra*
Department of Mathematics
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Haifa 32000, Israel
* In memoriam of my father, Gershon Har’El, who introduced me to spatial structures.
Geometriae Dedicata 47: 57-110, 1993.
Hi Tony T.,
The following may go some way to shed light on the problem.
From: Tony Lance <tonylance@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 04 Sep 2011 09:07:34 -0700
Local: Sun, Sep 4 2011 5:07 pm
Subject: Big Bertha Thing Deaf
Hi Kevin John,
That goes for Kevin whats-his-face too.
Now let me get this straight, you are not corporate sponsered.
Microsoft has already pushed the button to close this newsgroup.
It was a dud. It was sitting there in public and nobody could
resist pushing the button, so they had to disable it.
Microsoft wants your postings on its proprietary newsgroup.
They have spammed 500 newsgroups with closure notices.
They lost their anti-trust case and nobody did an ATT&T on them.
US government bust proof and indestructable.
NB My previous two postings contain 3 copy postings which were
From: Tony Lance <judemarie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Big Bertha Thing Extract
Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2007 19:03:45 +0100
Big Bertha Thing Deaf
One day God woke up, deaf-as-a-post. He could not hear anyone
speaking. Nothing, dinada, zilch, not even one line e-mail.
Fortunately it only lasted 6 days and He managed to keep himself busy.
A PPT takes 6 hours people time, 18 hours computer time. It just
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From: Tony Toews <ttoews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sep 4, 9:42 pm
Subject: Big Bertha Thing Chair
On Sep 4, 9:42 pm, Tony Toews <ttoews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Go away. Your posting is not relevant to these newsgroups.
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