3 thoughts on “Two Dozen Kites Each, in Three Sets, as Faces of a Polyhedron

  1. Robert,
    Minutes ago I wrote a comment about this fascinating site. Along with that message, I attempted to include a picture of a recent construction, a model of the “expanded rhombic dodecahedron” the image of which appears in a post dated Nov. 19, 2013. I failed to include my name and my e-mail address. They appear below. Thanks.

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  2. Hi. Could you please disable the falling snow animation on this site? I find all these posts fascinating, but I can’t stay here because the falling snow is so distracting. I’ve literally spent the last 4 hours trying to figure out how to disable the snow from my end, instead of appreciating the content of your posts.

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