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Is Carbon 60 :http://www.popmath.org.uk/sculpture/pages/jmv/example2.html

the optimum volume for area of 3-D space?

There are a vast number of geometric configurations of Uniform Polyhedra:

http://www.mathconsult.ch/showroom/unipoly/list-graph.html

But in Natural Selective, or Smolin's Cosmic Natural Selection to be precise, is there no choice?

Can we create a more optimum molecule?...is there a molecule that could exist in 2-Dimensional space!

the optimum volume for area of 3-D space?

There are a vast number of geometric configurations of Uniform Polyhedra:

http://www.mathconsult.ch/showroom/unipoly/list-graph.html

But in Natural Selective, or Smolin's Cosmic Natural Selection to be precise, is there no choice?

Can we create a more optimum molecule?...is there a molecule that could exist in 2-Dimensional space!

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