## Who was Gustavus Frankenstein?

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• I went to solve the same puzzle as he when the realization of magic cubes occurred. I was drawing it out at Waylon s Tavern spare time as a bartender; but a 4
Message 1 of 1 , Jan 3, 2009
I went to solve the same puzzle as he when the realization of magic
cubes occurred. I was drawing it out at Waylon's Tavern spare time as
a bartender; but a 4 cube was impossible as I also found. I wondered
why another Harvey D Heinz was in the cube business?
http://cboyer.club.fr/multimagie/English/Perfectcubes.htm
First perfect cube of order 8

The first published perfect cube of order 8 was constructed by
Gustavus Frankenstein. It was published in an old American local
newspaper, The Cincinnati Commercial, March 11th, 1875. So this old
newspaper is very difficult to find and locate. And, as far as we
know, the associated text has never been republished in any other book
or article. Good news, we have found the original newspaper,

Give credit where credit is due.
Dont have the Harvey D Heinz reference handy.
It is in past records.
The moon coils are ready for testings.

On the top octahedron four triangularly wound spiralled flattened
windings in four layers of 33 winds are combined at 110 degrees for
tests of mutual inductance. Supposedly four magnetic fields, and not
the customary thinking of three can exist in the same space volume
without interference. So this is test using four angles instead of
three. A convenient way to test is to simply put the four spiral sets
in series at this 110 degree angle. And then to reverse the polarity
input of series AC currents on individual spiralled coils to see if
the overall current is altered reactively as that inductive reactive
seriesed current to determine if any mutual induction between any of
the four coils exists, whereby the sides of each outer windings as
triangles are 110 degrees, the supposed non-interference angle of
neutrality. Here then the proposition for interferences of magnetic
fields towards the center becomes similar to flipping a coil four
times; thus this should involve 16 possibilities, but how many of
those are unique magnetically if each dual possibility were north and
south magnetic poles?
Respectfully HDN
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