List of the site's news added February 2nd, 2004
- The Chinese are the inventors of the magic squares, probably 2,200 BCE.
They are back with two great discoveries:
- First known bimagic squares of order 10 and
11, by Fredrik Jansson, Finland.
And story of the bimagic square of order 10
directly written by
its author. The smallest
unknown bimagic squares are now of order 13.
- List of the numerous articles published after our discovery in Nov.
2003 of the first known perfect magic cube of order 5, the smallest possible
- Original text of the Schroeppel's proof: the center of a perfect magic cube of order 5 is 63.
- Biography of Richard Schroeppel, by himself.
- Biography of Reverend Andrew H. Frost.
- Eric Weisstein checked the perfect trimagic
cube of order 256.
- Multimagic series for magic cubes.
- What is the smallest possible bimagic cube?
Proof that a bimagic cube is impossible for all orders less than 8.
- Availability of the second printing (and first paperback edition) of
the Cliff Pickover's book The Zen of Magic Squares, Circles, and Stars. Corrected printing, and a
new part titled "Updates and
Breakthroughs" (pages 395-401). See the Bibliography.
- As asked by several people, complete site map of multimagie.com, with downloadable
files easy to locate.
- Left menu reorganized, with a section dedicated to cubes and hypercubes.
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