Three Intersecting Tetrahedral Helices
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Three helices composed of tetrahedra can intersect at a single point, where they merge into a single tetrahedron. The edges of that tetrahedron can form the bases of helices, contained within enveloping cylinders.
Contributed by: Sándor Kabai (January 2020)
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