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5th Aug '15 1:13:12 PM StFan
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'''Anselme Lanturlu''' (in English: ArchibaldHiggins; in German: Anselm Wüßtegern) is an edutainment comic series from France by TheProfessor Jean-Pierre Petit. They explain complicated concepts (mostly from mathematics and physics) in a humorous way. The series lasted from 1980 to 1990. A "new adventure" was published in 2005.
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'''Anselme Lanturlu''' ''Anselme Lanturlu'' (in English: ArchibaldHiggins; ''Archibald Higgins''; in German: Anselm Wüßtegern) ''Anselm Wüßtegern'') is an edutainment comic series from France by TheProfessor Jean-Pierre Petit. They explain complicated concepts (mostly from mathematics and physics) in a humorous way. The series lasted from 1980 to 1990. A "new adventure" was published in 2005.
17th Aug '12 6:23:40 AM MaxSinister
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* AlienGeometries: Featured in "The Geometricon", "The Topologicon" and "The Black Hole". A world where a balloon gets a flat surface if you pump enough gas in it? A not-quite-Earth where the South Pole is just under the North Pole (or vice versa?), to Amundsen's chagrin? Actually, it works out, if you understand the maths behind it.
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* AlienGeometries: Featured in "The Geometricon", "The Topologicon" and "The Black Hole". A world where a balloon gets a flat surface if you pump enough gas in it? A not-quite-Earth where the South Pole is just under the North Pole (or (and vice versa?), versa?!), to Amundsen's chagrin? Actually, it works out, if you understand the maths behind it.

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* AlienGeometries: Featured in "The Geometricon", "The Topologicon" HowCanSantaDeliverAllThoseToys: Especially if the universe is so big, and "The Black Hole". A world where a balloon gets a flat surface if you pump enough gas in it? A not-quite-Earth where the South Pole is just under the North Pole (or vice versa?), to Amundsen's chagrin? Actually, it works out, if you understand the maths behind it.intelligent aliens might be around.
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