By Benoit Beckers

*Reconciliation of Geometry and belief in Radiation Physics* approaches the subject of projective geometry because it applies to radiation physics and makes an attempt to negate its destructive popularity. With an unique outlook and transversal method, the booklet emphasizes universal geometric houses and their strength transposition among domain names. After defining either radiation and geometric houses, authors Benoit and Pierre Beckers clarify the need of reconciling geometry and conception in fields like architectural and concrete physics, that are outstanding for the regularity in their types and the complexity in their interactions.

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In the following examples, the geometrical progressions are defined by two successive intervals; they include two poles, in 0 and at infinity. 6], the ratio and the position of the point A are computed. , 4/3, 10/3, 25/3, ... , 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, ... 125, We can also describe the progression by a point and the interval which follows or precedes it. 6] allows us to calculate the ratio, and any other point directly. 5, 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, ... , 1/3, 1, 3, 9, 27, ... 375, ... 008, ... 3. Harmonic progression: AB = BC = CD, 1 1 1 , , A B C Let us consider four collinear points A, B, C and D such that their intervals are increasing: AB < BC < CD.

This book can be studied at the beach, drawing figures in the sand, identifying their parts with few letters and then closing the eyes and meditating. And painters now claim to reproduce drawings, abandon abstraction and eternity conquered with difficulty on the natural laziness of men, and start thinking with imperfect eyes, not with the divine soul, sacrificing universality to focus on a miserable world of pigments, fragile and inconstant, desperately flat and openly misleading. Filippo Brunelleschi (1377–1446) discovered the basic rules of central perspective; Leon Battista Alberti (c.

The cross ratiio of these fouur points is eqqual to the ratio (AB BX) and is −1 if i the point X is in the midddle of the segm ment AB. 6. 6, the image of the straight line is defined by the images Q of A, R of B and F of the point at infinity P∞. As the A-B segment does not cross a line parallel to Q-R (equivalent to the vanishing plane), F is outside Q-R. The cross ratio (A B P∞ X) is known and is equal to the ratio of (A, B, X). We can deduce the position of the image I of X by calculating the parameter si that marks it with respect to the segment Q-R.