This is a bit like the hole where the rabbit
and Alice disappeared. Hopefully, you will find things of interest
as you drift down the page.
|This is a 4-space cube or Tesseract. N-space cubes contain all sorts of interesting puzzles and symmetries.||A fifth grade student can draw a 5-space cube once they are shown how. And with a bit of high-school binary math you can create N-cubes of any dimension.|
If your browser is set to see animated pictures the colored lines will
appear and disappear.
They make pretty pictures, but what do they mean?
The Author of "Alice" was also a mathematician.
He would have enjoyed this Ring Puzzle. The object is to get the blue wire
handle off of the green-ring thing.
The order of moves to solve the puzzle is a Gray Binary Counting Sequence discovered several
hundred years ago.
The Chinese invented the puzzle several thousand years ago.
|I've always wanted to fly. I think Hang Gliders are the most fun way to fly.||It's a real thrill when you hit a thermal that puts you on an UP elevator at more than a thousand feet per minute. Yes. They can go Down that fast too.|
That's a 5-space cube on the left. The green glob on the right is an
8-space cube with lines so small they run together.
Click for a Bigger Pic.
||I'm paraplegic, (can't walk) but that doesn't stop me from water skiing, snow skiing, kayaking, swimming, bicycle riding or even hang gliding.|
|I enjoy playing the cello in small string ensembles. I've also played in the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra (ORSO).||
There's a snake in the 5-cube pictured above. He's a magnificent 14 lengths long!
There are community orchestras all over the country that you can play in. You don't always have to be a professional.
|Call me WB4UFG. That's my Amateur Radio call sign. It isn't too hard to pass the test for an Amateur Radio license. You need some high-school math and electronics training.||Here's a different 5-space cube. It's called a twisted circle cube. (?)|
HowToAdapt.com shows ways people adapt to their challenges.
Right now it's mostly about my own challenges but I'm hoping other people
will add their ideas too.
|Eskimo Escapades is a January, water ski fund raising activity for the Dream Connection and the Patricia Neal Innovative Recreation Cooperative.|
|You can explore many of the things shown above at the links below. I hope you enjoy them.|
|The Old DECUS||Digital Equipment Computer User's Society|
|1970 Navy Pictures||Old pictures from the Navy and Vietnam|
|Lookout Mountain Flight Park||A link to the LMFP web site|
|Hang Gliding Pictures||From the Training Hill and Mountain Launch|
|Creating N-cubes: An Overview||Creating N-cubes is easy. I can show you how.|
|Making Tesseracts||Pictures of an N-cube classroom experience.|
|How to Draw N-space Cubes||71 large 200k web pages.|
|How to Draw N-space Cubes||A 439k PowerPoint file (includes all 71 slides).|
|Chasing Snakes in N-space Cubes||53 large web pages.|
|Chasing Snakes in N-space Cubes||A 502k PowerPoint file (includes all 53 slides).|
|Ncubes.exe||A 348k Visual Basic program to draw N-cubes.|
|Ncubes.exe Program Description||Web page that shows big (80k) captured ncubes.exe screens.|
|7-space Snakes||339,691 7-space snakes. *** 16 mb ***|
|Unique Snake data||A list of the unique 3,4,5, and 6-space snakes.|
|Ncube Lesson Plan||appropriate for grades 9 through 12|
|Ncube Author bio||My life in a very small nutshell.|
|My Resume||My Functional Resume|
|Short Bio||A Short Biography of me for working purposes|
|CHP Payback Calculator||A Combined Heating and Power (CHP) Payback Calculator|
|HowToAdapt.com||An adaptive web site for people with special challenges|
|EskimoEscapades.com||Water Ski in January to raise cold cash|