On Mar 5, 2007, at 6:39 PM, James Hazelton wrote:
On 3/5/07, Timothy Hunt <games@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> In theory, yes, but until you show me the practical method of physically representing a negative pip on the side of the pyramid, I will not acknowledge said pyramid. The zero-pointer has zero pips on its sides.
Pips are concave. Clearly negative pips are convex.
Wouldn't that interfere with stacking?
Indeed, it would. It's not, in my opinion, sufficiently disparate from normal pips, either.