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T h e author has known him personally since 1962. Flanagan prefers to carry out research on his own, seeking knowledge tor the

44 Pyramids Figure 3-1: Experimental cardboard pyramids used in the author's re-run of the Drbal razor blade test. Figure 3-2: Template for constructing pyramid sides. See Table 3-1 for dimensions. 45 Mind Machines You Can Build A repearexperimentwas conducted widi six more disposable razors but with the base o: the pyramid not aligned widi magnetic north. The same number ofshnves (twenty-four) were possible with die experimental razor kept inside the pyramid, while the control razors could be used only three times before becoming painfully dull.

T h e nature o f diese experiments is such that the basic ones can be carried out by nearly anyone willing to follow die basic guidelines tor the design and conduct o f scientific experiments. 36 CHAPTER THREE PYRAMIDS Basic Description: Tetrahedral pyramids made from elecnically non-conducting materials have been used to maintain sharp cutting edges on steel instruments, dehydrate or mummify organic materials, and improve die growth rates of plants. T h e precise mechanism(s) by which a hollow pyramidal shape accomplishes these things unknown.

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