- An Introduction to Hexagonal Geometry
- An Argument for Dozenalism
- The Permutohedron
- The Cuboctahedron
- 2010 Crop Circle Roundup
- The PAH World as Hexagonal Overmind, etc.
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Collected articles by various authors
- Twelves and Tens - A.C. Aitken
- An Excursion in Numbers - F. Emerson Andrews
- Euclid IV.15: To inscribe a regular hexagon in a given circle - Euclid
- The Double Triangle, Hexagon, Hexad, or the Number Six - George Oliver
- Remarks on the Rev. S. Haughton's Paper on the Bee's Cell, And on the Origin of Species - Alfred Russel Wallace
PDF files by various authors
The following is a selection of PDF documents hosted by Hexnet. Where applicable they are distributed with the express permission of the authors. The philosophical views expressed in these documents are those of their respective authors, and are not necessarily my own.
- Global Interdependence and Art Education: Where Hexagons Make the Connection - Presentation by Beth Burkhauser to the National Art Education Association - Interdependence Day Scranton
- The Hexagonal Geometry of the Tree of Life - By Patrick Mulcahy
- My Love Affair with Dozens - By F. Emerson Andrews - Originally posted at the Dozenal Society of America
- A Primer on Dozenalism - By Donald P. Goodman III - Triumvir Sapientiae
- The Pythagorean Triangle: Or, the Science of Numbers - By George Oliver (digitized by Google)
- Tau Manifesto - By Michael Hartl
- The Unification of London: The Need and the Remedy - By John Leighton (digitized by The British Library)
The following is a selection of very short useful videos I've created to demonstrate elementary hexagonal geometries, as well as some other crap:
- Constructing a Regular Hexagon - An olde-fashioned look at constructing a hexagon in the traditional manner.
- Phi - A rather cryptic demonstration of one of many ways to derive the golden ratio from hexagonal constructions. The very first proper Flash animation I ever made.
- Saturn Hexagon From Cassini - Infrared timelapse of the Saturn hexagon from Cassini - Created by NASA and in the public domain.
- A Series of Cubes - A brief video I made to demonstrate the principle of hex numbers being the difference between consecutive cubes. It's not a big truck.
Also, from Youtube:
- Triumph of the Hexagon - My flagship hexagon video, which I no longer particularly care for, but which is still interesting
Please also see our page of interesting videos, which features a small assortment of independently-made videos from Youtube that may or may not be of interest to the hexagonally-minded viewer.