First email: 5 July 2022 at 3 PM
Dear Prof. Dr. June Huh:
Many geometers, chemists, and physicists know five tetrahedrons sharing a common edge create a gap: https://81018.com/gap/. Most do not know that five octahedrons create the same gap; and that stacked, that gap is a beautiful thing to see: https://81018.com/15-2/ *
My initial study of that gap is here: https://81018.com/geometries/
I have unsuccessfully searched for studies that explore the very nature of that gap. Have you studied it? Could it be associated with quantum fluctuations? Might there be a geometry for quantum fluctuations?
Do you have any insights that could help us grasp these realities more profoundly? Thank you.
*PS. Those are models we created and photographed. The face to face vertical alignment from tetrahedron-to-octahedron-to tetrahedron would necessarily create a horizontal alignment much like that pictured. -BEC