 # cube-sphere

Cubing the Sphere (as in Squaring the Circle)

Sphere Volume = 2*315*5153 = 147879835542

Cube Volume = 65613 = 282429536481

Ratio: Sphere to Cube = Minor Seventh = 5:9::(2*315*5153):(65613)

[see Quadrature of the Circle, PI, 6.14.1 - Mirror Cube, Wave Field]

3
3 X 2 = 6
3 X 3 = 9 (square)
3 X 4 = 12, etc.

31 = 3
32 = 9 (square)
33 = 27 (cube) 34 = 81 or

91 = 9 (32)
92 = 81 (32 X 32) (square made of 81 smaller squares)
93 = 729 (32 X 32 X 32) (cube made of 729 smaller cubes)

27 is the cube of 3. Think of a cube with 3 on each side. Such a cube can be broken up into 27 smaller cubes.
729 is the cube of 9. Think of a cube with 9 on each side. Such a cube can be broken up into 729 smaller cubes.

3 is the square root of 9. 3x3
3 is the cube root of 27. 3x3x3
9 is the square root of 81. 9x9
9 is the cube root of 729. 9x9x9

Music, arithmetic and geometry are three sides of the same triangle. Numbers 2 and 3 make up most musical notes until 5 is added in which makes everything wacko, but does fill in the missing notes. Let's do some more.....

Cube Volume = diameter3

Sphere Volume = 1/6 * PI * diameter3

A sphere enclosed in a cube means its diameter is the same as one side of the cube or we could say the sphere diameter = the cube root of the cube. Let's use 9 as our diameter, so:

Cube Volume = 729

Sphere Volume =
1/6 * PI * diameter3 =
1/6 * 3.14 * 93 =
1/6 * 3.14 * 243 =
3.14 * 243/6 =
763.02/6 = 127.17

If we did the same thing with 3 as diameter we have:

Cube Volume = 27
Sphere Volume = 14.13
Void = 27-14.13 or 12.87 parts of the cube

This all looks uninteresting until we remember that sound expands in spherical waves - NOT linear sine wave patterns. One series of base 2 is smaller cubes and spheres than a series of 3 base.

Musically this is something like:

27:14.13:: ninth?
14.13:12.87:: seventh
27:12.87:: fourth?
Dale Pond
some references from (from Mechanical Engineer's Handbook, Lionel Marks, 5th edition, 1951.)

5.6 - Vortex Forming Spheres
6.0.5 - Space seen as Constructive Cubes
6.10 - Nineness of Cubes
6.11 - Neutral Cubes
6.12 - Corner and Face Cubes
6.14 - Sphere and Cube
6.14.1 - Mirror Cube
6.2 - Development of Cubes
6.5 - Cubes divide into six tetrahedrons
6.6 - Cube Corner Retroreflectors
6.7 - Corner receivers from corners of cubes
6.7.5 - Compound Cubes
2.1 - Rings and Spheres
Constructive Cubes
Corner Cube Prisms
Corner Cube Retro-Reflectors
Corner cube retroreflectors
Cube Sphere
Figure 3.16 - Idea Preceeds Manifestation in Material Form using Cubes and Cones
Figure 3.26 - Formation of Spheres along Six Vectors of Cubes
Figure 3.4 - Focalizing Lenses at nested Cube faces
Figure 4.11 - Six Planes and Three Shafts Coincide to Produce Spheres
Figure 5.4 - Vortex and Gyroscopic Motion on One Plane then on three forming Sphere
Figure 6.0.5 - Cube with Vortices showing Structural Relations
Figure 6.1 - Orthogonal Vortex Motion as Structural base of Cubes
Figure 6.10 - Wave Dynamics between Cube Corners
Figure 6.11 - Cube Corner Reflectors Dissipating and Concentrating
Figure 6.12 - Spheres and Cubes are Gods Only Tools
Figure 6.14 - Triple Three Cubes
Figure 6.15 - The Neutral Cube
Figure 6.16 - Juxtaposed Corner Cubes
Figure 6.18 - Sphere Circumscribed by Cube
Figure 6.19 - Sphere to Cube - Relations and Proportions
Figure 6.3 - Cube with Orthogonal Vectors
Figure 6.8 - Resulting in a Cube mutually assimilating to a Common Center
Figure 7.3 - Step 3 - Sphere Forms Orthogonally Triple Compressing Shell Layers
Figure 10.06 - Vortices in Cube extending in to and out from Center
Figure 13.02c - Dynasphere Neutral Center
Figure 16.02 - Electricity Evolves Mass into Spheres
Figure 2.1.5 - Russells Rings forming Spheres from Three Pairs of Reflecting Mirrors
Geometry
Keely Sphere Was No Secret
Kepler Music of the Spheres
Music of the Spheres
Musical Dynasphere
Noosphere
One More Step Toward Building The Cube-Sphere Wave-Field
Part 05 - Three Rotating Planes Become Spheres
Part 06 - Formation of Cubes
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