[r-t] Double Helix

Philip Earis Earisp at rsc.org
Tue Aug 23 14:48:24 UTC 2011

"I'm not sure this will work - the 1458 lead end changes the parity..."

But can't you counter-act this with an appropriate choice of half-lead change?

"...and in any case it would have to be rung variable hunt to get the treble in each position relative to the 3-cycle"

Sure - that could add to the joy.

The fractal approach seems conceptually beautiful to me.  It reminds me of the (unrung) surprise major method I posted about back in May 2005, where each quarter-lead is double, as well as the overall method being double.

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How much beauty is it possible for a method to contain?


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