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So I wondered, what would happen if I took rhombic dodecahedra… …and then affixed them to the sixty wider faces of a rhombic enneacontahedron? Well, it turns out that this is what you get: It’s at time like these — … Continue reading
I may have heard the objection a thousand times, living here in Arkansas: “They’re trying to ‘X’ out the ‘Christ’ from ‘Christmas!’” Such people have apparently never heard of one of the most ancient Christian symbols in existence (and still … Continue reading
All found in The Quotable Hitchens (2011).
If you aren’t certain who racked up the higher body count, just ask anyone from Iraq.
This helix is made of metabidiminished rhombicosidodecahedra, and was made using software you can try here. Also, at this page on this blog, you can see a rotating version of a longer length of this same helix.
I may not do this better than Christopher Hitchens, but I contend I have done it better than Exodus.