compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
Focuses on the very circular hole at centre of Bucky's Vector Equilibrium Concept of Point Line Surface through which the LIGHT of infinite UNDERSTANDING travels, regardless of the multitude of multitudinous multidimensional models that can be constructed to convey his own multitude of IDEAS • in a manner which enables us TO [BE] involved in the very process of SPACETIME [BE]ing resolved by way of [OUR] SENSE of SELF in a state of [BE]coming" as Gregory Shepherd has SO LUCIDLY proposed BY JUST adding THE Information Artistry of 'A'rt to S.T.E.M. to produce S.T.E.A.M. - otherwise known as ... the Solutions T.E.A.M. • such that [Together Everyone Achieves More]
As you might well appreciate from ALL of this information, in consideration of my own original use of magnetic balls and sticks as [BE]ing appropriately [RE]presentative of Bucky's vector equilibrium 'points & lines' ideas • as the basis of my very own [IDEA] for the development of a [NEW] model of the United Nations • which relate to my original understanding of Bucky's IDEAS - an understanding which has transmogrified over [TIME] into a more sophisticated [RE]•PRESENTATION which includes triangular surfaces - that are delimited by three balls and sticks, and have a hole at centre to allow the transmission of a cosmic light of [TRIM-TAB] understanding to travel throughout the model, regardless of it's complexity, in the very context of the fact that each and everyone of the balls are divided into equal numbers of male & female representatives of a renewed truly UNITED assembly of NATIONS.
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No two snowflakes are alike.
You probably learned that at an early age.
But you might not know the man who discovered it.
The lesson can be traced back to Wilson Bentley, a farmer from Jericho, Vermont, who in 1885 became the first person to successfully photograph an individual snow crystal — the ice that makes up snowflakes. After years of trial and error, Bentley was able to capture the intricate details of snow crystals by using a compound microscope attached to his bellows camera.
He went on to photograph more than 5,000 of these “ice flowers” during his lifetime — never finding any duplicates — and the images still mesmerize to this day.
THE LOVE OF NATURE ...
IS INDEED THE NATURE OF LOVE
MANIFESTED IN ALL OF US,
ADULTS AND CHILDREN ALIKE ,
AS THE MOMENT BY MOMENT ,
OPPORTUNISTIC ACTIONS ,
EXEMPLIFIED BY NATURE IT SELF,
FALLING LEAVES ...
NEVER forgetting that the two dimensional collective six sides of the snowflake can [NOW] perfectly relate to the multidimensional reality of the six sided FS4D cube ...