Healing Spaces: The Science of Place and Well-Being

In science, as in most things, what one concludes depends on what one as sumes. Nineteenth-century mathematician Bernhard Riemann showed what happens to geometry if one disregards Euclid’s fifth postulate (that parallel lines remain equidistant) and thereby developed a field of mathematics that later proved important to the theory of general relativity.

 

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