The five-tetrahedral gap appears a little larger than the five-octahedral gap. It’s not. They’re the same.

The open question is, “Where might this combination first manifest within space-time?” That opens more questions, “Could these five tetrahedrons then be covered by five more octahedrons? How far might it go on? How many could be stacked? Is there a maximum? What might such a configuration do? What might be its functionality?” In this model it is assumed that every possible geometric configuration manifests as something.


The next iteration is five tetrahedrons, five octahedrons, five tetrahedrons sharing a center point.

Shall we call it, a little diamond, gem or a jewel? Does it already have a name? That’s five tetrahedrons on five octahedrons on five tetrahedrons.