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Michael Round
Rational Systems, Inc.
Overland Park, KS

Registered: Dec 2003
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Hexagonal Crystals in Excel

An unexpected late-March snowstorm here in Kansas presented me a challenge: FIGURE OUT A WAY TO MODEL HEXAGONAL GROWTH - IN EXCEL. I've done a great deal with 5- and 9- neighbor modeling, but have not been able to model growth hexagonally - until now!

This is a sampling of the 2^14 possibilities of the computational universe of 2d snow crystals ...

http://www.rationalsys.com/2duniverse.html

Much more on the science to come in this regard!

Mike Round
Center for autoSocratic Excellence

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Michael Round
Rational Systems, Inc.
Overland Park, KS

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Mr. Bentley, I Presume

A bit of work on 2d hexagonal crystals, including rule development, leading to the introduction of Part 2: What really is going on in reality ...

A quick download and read ...

http://www.rationalsys.com/2duniverse.html

Mike

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