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Author Topic: slightly less than interesting variation of complex compound  (Read 465 times)
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« on: July 11, 2010, 02:39:26 AM »

  This one looks weird, a bit like a morel mushroom in structure for the z^4 one I am calculating now.  I like it...  all these filaments connected together.  Anyways, it's a combination of 3 complex triplex variations x vs. yz, y vs. zx, and z vs. xy. 

  It does have smooth areas, but interesting nonetheless. 

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