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My main goal is to present the Spidron project we develop with my friends for years. it is a system of triangles with extraordinary properties in space and time.
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    Surprisingly our New Sphidron Construction is Developable, so it Might be the Shape of the Universe
    In Jeffer R. Weeks book he presented a hyperbolic surface which can not be folded to the plane.
    After Pr. Lajos Szilassi proved, that the nest - made from flat triangles, we can be certain that the curved circular nest is also foldable from a plane sheet of paper. If it was thrue then it is easy to show the difference between hyperbolic, what he presented, in Shape of time and our developable surface. Our shape is foldable, because of the whirling shape of the sphidron. The vortex-like deformation is radially symmetrical. this kind of deformation is possible without stretching the surface.




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