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The Three-Dimensional Universe, Where We Are Not Living...

... (10 -6 cm). In other words, the space surrounding us is a three-dimensional Euclidean manifold. And now let us try to give an answer to the following question: how is the world outside the unit cube, our Solar System, organized? A Three-Dimensional Torus and others If we imagine that the surrounding space is infinite in all the directions, then the following Hadamard Theorem gives the answer about the structure of the surrounding world: “An infinitely large in all directions three-dimensional ...

Modified: 30.05.2006
space , manifold , geometry , Euclid , Lobachevsky , Riemann , mathematics , multi-dimensional , forms , point , sphere , torus , polyhedral , orbifolds
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