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BrandonGlure
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Post by BrandonGlure »

In 4d there are a lot of 3d objects that have no surface to cover them
such as empty glome which has no surface
and a lot of 3d objects that has part of their volume which are not have
surface to cover them such as empty duocylinder which has two surface to cover themthe surfaces look like two empty spheres but its side is a volume that does not has any surface to cover it

Do you have any good way to understand those objects?
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Post by WilliamMerry »

I have seen a couple of nice ones at a pet store in Forest Lake. I think they had 3 or 4. One was nice, the other decent and the last 2 were crap.

Do you have a quality source Down There?
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