Tesseract

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(1) The Clubzine of a Chicago Club

The clubzine of the University of Illinois (at Chicago) Science Fiction Society published mainly in the 1970s.

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(2) The Clubzine of the Science Fiction Advancement Association

A hectographed clubzine published by C. Hamilton Bloomer and later by Raymond Van Houten in 1936-1938. It was the OO of the Science Fiction Advancement Association.

Issue Date Pages Notes
1.3 May 1936 20
2.1 January 1937 12
3.1 October 1937 24
3.2 December 1937 20
3.4 Final issue

(3) A Club in New Hampshire

Another name for the University of New Hampshire Science Fiction Society, which see.


From Fancyclopedia 1 ca 1944
A solid of four spacial dimensions. Its characteristics, as the number of sides, edges, etc, are easily worked out by analogy with the generation of a cuboid by a plane. Below are shown two common picturizations of tesseract cubes, with the analogous ways of drawing 3-d cubes:



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