Disclaimers

Although I am a teacher, this is a personal blog. I write it using my own computer, as well as software I have purchased. Opinions expressed on this blog are my own, unless otherwise indicated. Nothing on this blog should be interpreted as a representation of the viewpoints of my present, nor past, employers, nor those of any organizations to which I belong.

Also, nothing here should be taken as medical nor legal advice, for simple reasons: I do not have licenses to practice medicine, nor law.

7 thoughts on “Disclaimers

  1. Dear Robert, I am so very touched by the fact that you dont wish to hold intellectual property over your work. Its exactly how I feel. Wish more people were like you.
    You also have a wonderful way of making geometry easy to visualise, by words and the graphics are rather amazing.

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  2. Hi Robert,
    I’d like to ask you a question about space-filling polyhedra and send you some pdfs… could you please answer to my email address so I can send you those?
    Cheers,
    JC

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  3. Robert. Thank you so much for the work you do.
    I create art installations and would like to turn one of your polyhedra into a large scale moving 3d art piece.
    Please let me know your thoughts on this and if I may get your permission to do so.

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  4. Dear Robert,

    I have myself just begun to embark on studies of geometry in the past few years. The difficulty with the three dimensional is naturally the lack of proper resources from which to study them axiomatically while also pedagogically. Presently I am within the textbooks constrained by my mentors. Your website is the first which I have come across that has merit that also provides food for thought into modern geometry research. I would like to send you some of the resources that I have found as I have researched the topic of 3 dimensional geometry in order to help you complete your catalogue of resources. Let me know if you’re interested in the links which I have compiled for three-dimensional geometry.

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