FlatLand HyperSpace For School Kids & Adults
FlatLandThought I’d upload this, this is freely available, but as most ppl havent heard of it, i thought i’d upload it. This book is over 110 years old, but popularised hyperspace & hypercubes before the words were even invented, amazingly its still ridiculously easy to read, & teaches the complex subjects with ease.If schools taught this as part of their maths & science curriculums, we’d see children actually enjoying the classes. This book is a classic & written by a teacher in 1880 well ahead of his time, explains hyperspace theory & quantum mechanics, better then any stephan hawkings or isaac asimov novel ever could, inspiring.This is NOT a maths book and doesnt contain anything heavywhich is what makes it a great read, skim the pages & get a new way at looking at the world, will do wonders for your inner game imoexcerpt from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flatland”In the book, men are portrayed as polygons whose social class is directly proportional to the number of sides they have; therefore, triangles, having only three sides, are at the bottom of the social ladder and are considered generally unintelligent, while the Priests are composed of multisided polygons whose shapes approximate a circle, which is considered to be the “perfect” shape.”Some chapers i’d recommendFlatland: Section 10 Of the suppression of the Chromatic Sedition. Flatland: Section 17 How the Sphere, having in vain tried words, resorted to deeds.Flatland: Section 6 Of recognition by sight. Flatland: Section 7 Concerning irregular figures.