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Kohei Nawa

This sculpture looks like a deer, covered with dew. In fact, everything is made of glass balls of different colors. The result is a very interesting sculpture that looks like a real deer - By Kohei Nawa

Surface Area and Volume Formulas for Geometric Shapes: Surface Area of An Elipse

Surface Area and Volume Formulas for Geometric Shapes

Surface Area and Volume Formulas for Geometric Shapes: Surface Area of An Elipse

This picture shows the size of a sphere that would contain all of Earth's water in comparison to the size of the Earth. The blue sphere sitting on the United States, reaching from about Salt Lake City, Utah to Topeka, Kansas, has a diameter of about 860 miles (about 1,385 kilometers) , with a volume of about 332,500,000 cubic miles (1,386,000,000 cubic kilometers).

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How much water on earth? In this illustration, the blue ball represents the volume of all the water on earth, relative to the size of the earth. The tiny speck to the right of the blue ball represents Earth’s fresh water.

Michael Freedman proves Poincaré conjecture in dimensions equal to 4.| Richard Hamilton's program started in his 1982 paper introduced the Ricci flow on a manifold showed how to use to prove some special cases of Poincaré conjecture. For compact 2-dimensional surfaces without boundary, if every loop can be continuously tightened to a point, then surface is topologically homeomorphic to 2-sphere. Poincaré conjecture, proved by Grigori Perelman, asserts the same is true for 3-dimensional…

Michael Freedman proves Poincaré conjecture in dimensions equal to 4.| Richard Hamilton's program started in his 1982 paper introduced the Ricci flow on a manifold showed how to use to prove some special cases of Poincaré conjecture. For compact 2-dimensional surfaces without boundary, if every loop can be continuously tightened to a point, then surface is topologically homeomorphic to 2-sphere. Poincaré conjecture, proved by Grigori Perelman, asserts the same is true for 3-dimensional…

This is a Transverse Mercator projection map.  It's  a systematic transformation of the latitudes and longitudes of locations on the surface of a sphere onto a flat surface.  All map projections introduce distortion.   But since a map is easier to carry around than a globe the destortion may be aceptable  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transverse_Mercator_projection

This is a Transverse Mercator projection map. It's a systematic transformation…

Cement Sphere Necklace Copper cap 1 of a kind Handmade cement and resin sphere. Made by me! One of a kind. I developed a chemical reaction which stripped the shiny resin off the surface and somewhat oxidized the piece. Copper chain (Length can range up to 30in - your choice) No other person can create this piece or process! Own a unique, one of a kind and eye catching piece of jewelry! Jewelry Necklaces

Cement Sphere Necklace Copper cap 1 of a kind Boutique

Cement Sphere Necklace Copper cap 1 of a kind Handmade cement and resin sphere. Made by me! One of a kind. I developed a chemical reaction which stripped the shiny resin off the surface and somewhat oxidized the piece. Copper chain (Length can range up to 30in - your choice) No other person can create this piece or process! Own a unique, one of a kind and eye catching piece of jewelry! Jewelry Necklaces

Fish bowl on your pond! Cool idea!

Fish bowl on your pond! Cool idea!

finger-ring / armillary sphere: Sphere-ring; gold; formed of an outer hoop in two parts, interior three hoops almost concealed when ring closed; Inscription Content  VERBO DEI CELI FIRMATI SUNT 1555 DIXIT ET FACTA SUNT IPSE MANDAVIT ET CREATA SUNT [exterior hoop] exterior hoop chased with scrolls on ground once enamelled black, each part has on flat surfaces concealed when ring closed a section of enamelled inscription; three interior hoops plain flat bands engraved and enamelled in black…

German ring in the form of an armillary (the rings and hoops represent the equator, the tropics, and other celestial circles, able to revolve on its axis) adorned with zodiacal signs, stars and other figures.

TThe physicist Eric J. Heller’s Transport XIII (2003), inspired by electron flow experiments conducted at Harvard. According to Heller, the image ‘shows two kinds of chaos: a random quantum wave on the surface of a sphere, and chaotic classical electron paths in a semiconductor launched over a range of angles from a particular point. Even though one is quantum mechanical and the other classical, they are related: the chaotic classical paths cause random quantum waves to appear when the…

The physicist Eric J. Heller’s Transport XIII, inspired by electron flow experiments conducted at Harvard. According to Heller, the image ‘shows two kinds of chaos: a random quantum wave on the.

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