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A good simple aquascaping explaination

Discussion in 'Aquascaping' started by Tom Barr, Apr 30, 2006.

  1. Tom Barr

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    Re: A good simple aquascaping explaination

    And then you add CO2 and EI nutrients and then the "plants" decide where to go. :D
     
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    Re: A good simple aquascaping explaination

    Or it's a marine tank, or a non CO2 tank......

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    Re: A good simple aquascaping explaination

    This is off topic, and I apologize in advance

    I probably will try to apply Roberto de Uslar Alexendar' ideas when I set up my next tank. However as I watched the diagram progress and fill with lines, for some reason I was reminded of a math prof who was presenting a proof on the chalk board. The proof filled the center of the board and then began working its way up one side, across the top, and down the other side, as the students feverishly copied it for later study.

    When he finished he stood back, surveying hs work. Then a voice from the rear asked, "Shouldn't the sign of theta back there near the start be negative?" "Oh, yes, thank you", said the prof after some thought, and immediately began revising his proof accordingly. He was even faster at the revision than he was with the original. And groans were heard.

    The golden rectangle also has some aquascaping potential. Here is a description of it: http://mathworld.wolfram.com/GoldenRectangle.html

    Bill
     
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