Baldridge Theorems

Before Pythagorus, there was no proof of the Pythagorean Theorem.  Similarly, before Scott Baldridge, there were no “Baldridgean Theorems.”  Find out more about theorems I have discovered and proven.  Do not be afraid to explore this section–I plan to pad it with videos and fun stuff related to my theorems.

First, get acquainted with cube knots–a new way to represent knots in 3-dimensional space:

Cube knots are special because there are two Reidemeister-like moves that take any cube diagram representation of a knot to any other cube diagram representation of that knot.

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  1. Pingback: Can an atom have two nuclei? An inquisitive child wants to know! | Scott Baldridge

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