Understanding the duality between chaos and order, there are no better examples than a sphere and a cube. The sphere represents chaos; the cube represents order. Unlike a cube, a sphere has no corners, only one continuous single plane.
Take a cube and put a sphere inside, of the same dimensions. In each corner of the cube, exists an empty space not taken up by the sphere. When you look at the negative space, what is left is called a hyperbolic (concave) equilateral triangle, whose points meet at the center of each connecting plane of one corner of a cube
Stack 8 of these cubes into one larger 4x4 cube, each with their own sphere within, 8 of these triangles in the very center of the cubes make up another shape called a hyperbolic octahedron
While I am certainly no mathematician or scientist, it's fun to imagine what it could look like cracking the code to making your own star. This is my best representation of that process, with the blue lines as lasers converging towards the center

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Understanding the duality between chaos and order, there are no better examples than a sphere and a cube. The sphere represents chaos; the cube represents order. Unlike a cube, a sphere has no corners, only one continuous single plane.
Take a cube and put a sphere inside, of the same dimensions. In each corner of the cube, exists an empty space not taken up by the sphere. When you look at the negative space, what is left is called a hyperbolic (concave) equilateral triangle, whose points meet at the center of each connecting plane of one corner of a cube
Stack 8 of these cubes into one larger 4x4 cube, each with their own sphere within, 8 of these triangles in the very center of the cubes make up another shape called a hyperbolic octahedron
While I am certainly no mathematician or scientist, it's fun to imagine what it could look like cracking the code to making your own star. This is my best representation of that process, with the blue lines as lasers converging towards the center

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