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Topic: Triangles, parallels, Euclid and Riemann
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Luis Biarge

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Re: Triangles, parallels, Euclid and Riemann
Posted: Feb 1, 2013 5:04 AM
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To say that are many parallels in a point would be like to say that New York is in infinite possitions because the World turn and Earth has translatation.



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