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At first glance, it looks like a wreath of tangled wires; but if you try and trace the wires with your eyes, and you'll find yourself staring into hyperspace. You’ve heard that space is curved – that’s gravity. He recalled how Linus Pauling, a colossus of science and a double Nobel laureate, mounted a frightening "crusade" against him. Throughout, this book exhibits a clarity of vision characteristic of important mathematical creations. ...

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