Image: Tesseract, Double Rotation. Worldwide Public Domain Release by Jason Hise, Creator.



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Comment by LaVerne L Poussaint on September 27, 2008 at 7:03am
DW-While searching for an image to complement this Baxter post, I was uncertain whether I should include this Double Rotating Tesseract because
I could not make a direct reference to Baxter's nanogaming demos on his e-portfolio. Nonetheless, I included it just to be provocative. As it seems to have piqued your interest and promoted further thought, I am pleased to have met my mark. What fantastical fun is this!! -LLP

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Comment by DWoroner on September 25, 2008 at 2:23pm
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Posted by LaVerne L Poussaint on September 21, 2008 at 11:30am

I work in nanotech and for the most part, I think the (even though its become very popular on science channel, new books and science fiction.) actual working nano community does not realize the true potentiality of these little wonders, that are in effect a mirror of what the entire the entire universe probably looks like.
I was drawn in by this "self regenerating" nanostructure, ergo, the word I created called "exteriostructure." An exteriostructure (which I envision this to be) could be (within or connected to another complete structure) and this self regeneration process looks very much like a reciprocating "engine piston"
Worth more research there!! Best, David Woroner, CEO, Survival Consultants International, LLC

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