this is like, as if Schroedinger's cat got out of the box, and you found yourself inside of it.
Good kitty ?!?
> What properties of a space can you deduce purely from living 'inside > the space'? Well, clearly, you can't deduce it's 'outside shape' to an > arbitrary degree , as our blanket example illustrates . But , you can > find out about it's 'intrinsic curvature' , something independent of > the shape you fold it it . (a blanket is still a blanket, having the > same 'internal geometry' no matter how you fold it)