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# Cubing the Sphere

Similar to Squaring the Circle but in 3D. Used for calculating volume changes of spheres such as may be needed using Square Law and Inverse Square Law computing expanding and contracting sound waves about a creative source. Volume decreases with increased potential.
Volume increases with decreased potential.

Cube Root of the Volume = SqRt of the Area = Length

"Cubing the Sphere"
(Sphere contiguous with and enclosed by a Cube)

Sphere Volume = 2 X 315 X 5153 = 147,879,835,542

Cube Volume = 65613 = 282,429,536,481

Ratio: 282,429,536,481:147,879,835,542::19,683:10,306 = Diminished Octave or Seventh.

Sphere to Cube = Minor Seventh = 9:5::(2 X 315 X 5153):(65613)

Square-Cube Law
The square-cube law (or cube-square law) is a principle, drawn from the mathematics of proportion, that is applied in engineering and biomechanics. It was first demonstrated in 1638 in Galileo's Two New Sciences. It states:

"When an object undergoes a proportional increase in size, its new volume is proportional to the cube of the multiplier and its new surface area is proportional to the square of the multiplier."

See Also

cold cube of space
Constructive Cubes
Corner Cube Prisms
Corner Cube Retro-Reflectors
Corner cube retroreflectors
Cube Matrix
cube mirrors of space
cube ratio
Cube Root
cube section
Cube Sphere
cube wave
cube wave-field of zero curvature
Cube
Figure 6.14 - Triple Three Cubes
Figure 6.15 - The Neutral Cube
Figure 6.16 - Juxtaposed Corner Cubes
Figure 6.17 - Areas and Volumes - Relations and Proportions
Figure 6.19 - Sphere to Cube - Relations and Proportions
Inverse Square Law
Magnetic cube of zero curvature
Magnitude
Part 06 - Formation of Cubes
Polar Interchange - Part I
Quadrature of the Circle to see significance of 5153 and 6561
Quadrature of the Circle book, to see significance of 5153 and 6561
Russell Cube
sphere is a compressed cube
Sphere
Square Law
Table 12.02 - Length Area and Volume Math
Volume
6.0.5 - Space seen as Constructive Cubes
6.10 - Nineness of Cubes
6.11 - Neutral Cubes
6.12 - Corner and Face Cubes
6.14 - Sphere and Cube
6.14.1 - Mirror Cube
6.2 - Development of Cubes
6.5 - Cubes divide into six tetrahedrons
6.6 - Cube Corner Retroreflectors
6.7.5 - Compound Cubes

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