working on unified STRINGS
By Henryk Szubinski
30 sided forms and the 30 dimensional hyperspace universe
a problem related to the ANDROMEDA galaxy
the next step is to get some data help on what this theory makes use of at a basic level of comparisons
the Wikipedia article for the 30 sided cube is used courtesy of Wikipedia to make some basic generalisations of the spacetime CUBE in a continuiim of rotations and curvature in a type CUBISM reality of curves
what this defines is the angle 30 degrees as the common basis for a 30 sided form which is basically a multiple Euclidean form in which the curvature of a Brane can be simulated by the most basic of planar areas in alterations into a CUBISM type waveformat
What this defines is the 30 or so dimensional multiples that can be generated by the Brane wave on a 3 D plane as approximately defined by the variance of the 30 sided form and the types of looping and basic LINK values used to define in which 30 degree zone any curved plane can be in as the basic UNIVERSE and the spacetime within it
as well as the angle to the gravity veticie on which the totally active form can be rotated By using the 30 degrees LINK , any cubed side can be linked into a smooth curvature that will link all the sides in the 30 sided form and make it into a flow diagramm for strings as relates to the value mapping at 15 degrees in variance of any START value 30 degrees altered and the 15 degrees used to define the next step
In geometry, the rhombic triacontahedron is a convex polyhedron with 30 rhombic faces. It is an Archimedean dual solid, or a Catalan solid. It is the polyhedral dual of the icosidodecahedron, and it is a zonohedron.
The ratio of the long diagonal to the short diagonal of each face is exactly equal to the golden ratio, φ, so that the acute angles on each face measure 2 tan−1(1/φ) = tan−1(2), or approximately 63.43°. A rhombus so obtained is called a golden rhombus.
Being the dual of an Archimedean polyhedron, the rhombic triacontahedron is face-transitive, meaning the symmetry group of the solid acts transitively on the set of faces. In elementary terms, this means that for any two faces A and B there is a rotation or reflection of the solid that leaves it occupying the same region of space while moving face A to face B. The rhombic triacontahedron is also somewhat special in being one of the nine edge-transitive convex polyhedra, the others being the five Platonic solids, the cuboctahedron, the icosidodecahedron, and the rhombic dodecahedron.
The rhombic triacontahedron is also interesting in that it has all the vertices of an icosahedron, a dodecahedron, a hexahedron, and a tetrahedron.