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©1985, 1996 SNT
First Published in TORUS, the Journal of the Meru Foundation, Vol. 1, #5, Autumn 1985
Fruit and a Dancer's Exchange of Angular Momentum
1 November 1999
The Meru Project (1988) is an edited transcript of an early computer conference on Meru research (questions from other persons are paraphrased, and extraneous material eliminated). This transcript was later formatted to include illustrations, two of which were
precursors to the combined, updated poster reproduced here.
and Wholeness: Two Companion Posters ©1989, 1996 SNT
These two posters, originally designed as illustrations for The Meru Project (1988) , are also used extensively
in our videotape, Geometric Metaphors of Life.
and Model-Construction Pattern:
Hex-Pattern 7-Color Map / 2-Torus ©1984, 1996 SNT
To make a true 3-dimensional 2-Torus, connect the left to the right sides,
and the top to the bottom of the square outline in the middle.
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