Euclid’s puzzling parallel postulate - Jeff Dekofsky
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The Artist M.C. Escher used Hyperbolic Geometry in many of his tessellations. He was also inspired by the Moorish artwork and tile work that resides at the Alhambra in Spain. Here are some links for you to learn more about this amazing artist and his work:
Albert Einstein utilized the concepts of Non-Euclidean Geometry to establish his General Theory of Relativity. This theory describes how the fabric of Space-Time is bent by matter. You can check out these links to learn more about this theory and it's implications to modern science:
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