All Images © James Ullrey 2006
The set of images starting with this link is a reconstruction of a vision I had while a senior in college which showed me the solution to the puzzle presented in the previous pages.     next
WIN The most advanced animation of this set of slides is titled Thinking in Moving Pictures
 Dr. Richard E. Bozak, Ph.D. look at this page <!-- http://inresco.org/RichardEBozak.html -->
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A slightly different version of this page exists here

This is a ball and stick model. The large, dark colored balls are carbon atoms. The smaller white ones are hydrogen. The sticks represent bonds. A chemists tinker toy set.
Between the two carbon atoms clostest to this text is a bond a different color, this is how the double bond is represented. As the image is rotated in the succeeding pages one can see that atoms hidden behind other atoms appear.
I have found that Safari does not render well some of the pages. Use FireFox. I have only tested this with a Mac
I have made some progress in animating the sequence of graphic images in this and the following pages.
Interestingly enough some drama inserted itself into my path as I was taking my laptop to a local meeting of a group of friends of mine at Schroeder's on Front Street in San Francisco. A replay of a movie I had been in before which I talk about elsewhere
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