EXCERPTS TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction to September 11th, 2007 Edition ___________________________________________________________________ii

Table of Contents ________________________________________________________________________________________________xi

A Note Regarding the Publication Of This First Edition ________________________________________________________xvi

Kepler  _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________1

The Mystery Of The Number Symbols ___________________________________________________________________________3

Author’s Note From 1989 Edition  _______________________________________________________________________________21

Foreword to 1989 Edition________________________________________________________________________________________24

Some Thoughts On Universe ____________________________________________________________________________________27

Some Thoughts On The Beginning ______________________________________________________________________________31

Some Thoughts On Nothingness ________________________________________________________________________________39

The Natural Division Of Unity and Its Effect On The Logical Structuring of Universe

The Division of The One Into Two  _______________________________________________________________________42

Accelerated Motion And The Velocity Threshold  _______________________________________________________45

Subsequent Divisions  ____________________________________________________________________________________47

The World of Becoming __________________________________________________________________________________________50

The Numerical Consequence From The World Of Becoming  __________________________________________________52

Discovering The Decahedron ____________________________________________________________________________________59

Unity’s Potential: The Release Of Seven Others  ________________________________________________________________64

The 1:2 Ratio and Its Influence On The Form of the Decahedron ______________________________________________77

The Sinus Tetrahedron ___________________________________________________________________________________________82

Dirac And The Number 137_______________________________________________________________________________________86

Hertz  ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________88

Mitosis ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 89

Foundations Of Form_____________________________________________________________________________________________ 92

Transforming Surface And Volume Units _______________________________________________________________________ 93

Conservation Of Surface Or Volume ____________________________________________________________________________ 96

The Geometry Of Sunshine  _____________________________________________________________________________________ 98

Harmony  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________104

Plato  ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 107

The Fundamental Unit In The Geometry of Form _____________________________________________________________108

On The Masses Of The Proton/Neutron And Electron ________________________________________________________118

Number Tolerance And Its Role The Geometry Of Form______________________________________________________129

The Actual And The Ideal  ______________________________________________________________________________________ 142

Comparative Quanta-sizations of The Variance Between The Unit Forms  __________________________________145               

Zero Separation  As Design Function  __________________________________________________________________________148

Derivation Of The Transitional Tetrahedron  __________________________________________________________________149

Transit-Tetrahedronal Accounting  _____________________________________________________________________________153

How The Geometry Of Form Accounts For Surface

When Dividing The Volume Of “Unit” Surface And Volume Spheres ______________________________________155

The “One Unit” Sphere And The Transit-tetrahedron  _________________________________________________________157

Dividing 2 Units Into 3___________________________________________________________________________________________ 161

The Sphere As Model Of “Least Energetic State” _______________________________________________________________163

THE GRID

And The Omni-Symmetrical Distortion of The Volume Unit________________________________________________________166

The Ideal Patterns____________________________________________________________________________________________ 172

Modeling The Sphere And Cylinder _________________________________________________________________________ 180    

Modeling Hydrogen__________________________________________________________________________________________ 185

The Energy of Spin _______________________________________________________________________________________________190

The Cleavage Tetrahedron ______________________________________________________________________________________193

The Electron Tetrahedron_______________________________________________________________________________________195

The 49 One-(h)Underth Units ____________________________________________________________________________________197

THE CONES OF MAXIMUM VOLUME

 Modeling An Ideal ___________________________________________________________________________________________200

The Cylinder of Maximum Volume

And The Ideal Volume Maximizing Cones __________________________________________________________________218

The Cylinder of Maximum Volume

And The Volume Maximizing Number Pattern 1837 ______________________________________________________222

The Transformation of One Into Many

Discovering The Maximum Volume Potential Of A Spherical Volume Unit ______________________________226

Geometry’s Volume and Surface Units And The Electron Mass-Volume_____________________________________ 231

Modeling “Differences” When Spinning The Transit-Tetrahedrons__________________________________________ 233

Spinning Transit-Tetrahedrons And The Hypothetical One Unit Sphere ____________________________________240

Using Transit-tetrahedrons To Model The Proton And Neutron Masses  ___________________________________243

Modeling The Alpha Particle ___________________________________________________________________________________245

Modeling The Difference In Mass Between The Proton And Neutron ______________________________________ 254          

Three Views Of The Star- Tetrahedron ________________________________________________________________________256

What Is Endlish? _______________________________________________________________________________________________ 259

Appendix _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ 277

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A Note Regarding the Publication

Of This First Edition

          My original intent back in 2007 was to publish (print and make by hand in my art studio) twenty-four copies of “Excerpts”. Only seventeen copies were completed.

         We’re now into the month of May, 2016. Now, after nearly a decade, am I once again picking up the task of completing at least my initial projected limited edition of twenty-four copies. This is in anticipation of its later publication and wide-spread distribution. For what was an esoteric and irrelevant book for most people in 2007, will now become the foundation for understanding The Geometry of Money after it is published in the near future.

         In fact, I suspect that if you are reading a copy of “Excerpts” you have already read The Geometry of Money, so there is no need for an explanation of its content and implications.

         Except for its larger size and slight changes due to re-formatting, the content is the same as the original seventeen.