Date: Wed, 05 Oct 2005 10:52:43 -0500

Author: Patricia Sievert

Subject: Re: Einstein in dominoes: artsy version & dominoes found!

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John's suggestion would be very cool. I'd play with that!

Anyone still looking for the actual wooden black dominoes with white
dots, I found them for $4.95 per set (double nines) at constructive
playthings. This was the cheapest I could find online and I called to
be sure they were still selling the black ones! Of course I ordered
mine before sharing this...

http://www.cptoys.com/cgi-bin/cptoys_cgi.sh/WService=cptoys/cptoys.com/school/product.htm?stateInfo=dbodbcCkURpjpjYU9381|7&dept_id=401&pf_id=MTC-274&parent_id=0&call_prog=dept&page=6&qty=1


Pati

John L. Hubisz wrote:

> Is there someone out there who is computer savvy enough to make up a
> set of dominoes a la Solitaire that could then be moved around to
> produce the figure, or any other figure for that matter?
>
> John
>
>
>
> John L. Hubisz, Physics Department, Box 8202, North Carolina State
> University, Raleigh NC 27695-8202; hubisz@unity.ncsu.edu,
> (919)362-5782, (919)515-7331 FAX
>
> http://www.science-house.org/middleschool/
> http://www.physics.ncsu.edu/ncsaapt/ or
> http://www2.ncsu.edu/ncsu/pams/physics/ncsaapt
> http://www.physics.ncsu.edu/faculty/hubisz.html
>
> HOME: 1604 South Salem Street, Apex NC 27502-7251,
> hubisz@mindspring.com, (919)362-5782 (Voice & FAX)
>

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Patricia Sievert
Physics Outreach Coordinator
Department of Physics
Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, IL 60115
sievert@physics.niu.edu
(815) 753-6418


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John's suggestion would be very cool.  I'd play with that!



Anyone still looking for the actual wooden black dominoes with white
dots, I found them for $4.95 per set (double nines) at constructive
playthings.  This was the
cheapest I could find online and I called to be sure they were still
selling the black ones!  Of course I ordered mine before sharing this...



href="http://www.cptoys.com/cgi-bin/cptoys_cgi.sh/WService=cptoys/cptoys.com/school/product.htm?stateInfo=dbodbcCkURpjpjYU9381%7C7&dept_id=401&pf_id=MTC-274&parent_id=0&call_prog=dept&page=6&qty=1">http://www.cptoys.com/cgi-bin/cptoys_cgi.sh/WService=cptoys/cptoys.com/school/product.htm?stateInfo=dbodbcCkURpjpjYU9381|7&dept_id=401&pf_id=MTC-274&parent_id=0&call_prog=dept&page=6&qty=1



Pati



John L. Hubisz wrote:

type="cite">Is there someone out there who is computer savvy enough to
make up a set
of dominoes a la Solitaire that could then be moved around to produce
the
figure, or any other figure for that matter?



John








John L. Hubisz, Physics Department, Box 8202, North Carolina State
University, Raleigh  NC  27695-8202; hubisz@unity.ncsu.edu,
(919)362-5782, (919)515-7331 FAX




http://www.science-house.org/middleschool/


http://www.physics.ncsu.edu/ncsaapt/
or
eudora="autourl">http://www2.ncsu.edu/ncsu/pams/physics/ncsaapt


http://www.physics.ncsu.edu/faculty/hubisz.html




HOME: 1604 South Salem Street, Apex  NC  27502-7251,
hubisz@mindspring.com, (919)362-5782 (Voice & FAX)





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Patricia Sievert

Physics Outreach Coordinator

Department of Physics

Northern Illinois University

DeKalb, IL 60115

sievert@physics.niu.edu

(815) 753-6418






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