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  • In Friday's edition of the journal Science, Lu and Princeton physicist Paul Steinhardt report finding a set of polygon-shaped tiles — a decagon, pentagon, diamond, bowtie and hexagon — that were arranged into distinctive patterns found on major Islamic buildings from the 12th through 15th centuries.

    Geometry Meets Arts in Islamic Tiles

  • His polygon-shaped Dymaxion House and teardrop-shaped Dymaxion Car were hailed as prophetic in the '30s, but no one was prepared to put them into production, and now they exist only as sketches and one-of-a-kind prototypes.

    Buckminster Fuller's World

  • In Friday's edition of the journal Science, Lu and Princeton physicist Paul Steinhardt report finding a set of polygon-shaped tiles -- a decagon, pentagon, diamond, bowtie and hexagon -- that were arranged into distinctive patterns found on major Islamic buildings from the 12th through 15th centuries.

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  • The green "carpet" of polygon-shaped planters will offer ample seating and will connect the new hotel to the office development across the square.

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  • The five sites covered 589 acres, and within them, researchers mapped 56 polygon-shaped areas totaling 57 acres where tamarisk had been defoliated by the beetles.

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  • The surface of the vast arctic plain where Phoenix landed on May 25 bears a pattern of polygon-shaped small hummocks, similar to some permafrost terrain on Earth.

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