History ComicBook / AnselmeLanturlu

12th Jul '16 5:30:51 PM nombretomado
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* AlbertEinstein: Appears in several books.
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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* HowCanSantaDeliverAllThoseToys: Especially if the universe is so big, and intelligent aliens might be around.
11th May '12 7:09:38 AM movie007
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[[caption-width-right:350:Do you ''seriously'' want to argue about relativity with AlbertEinstein?]]

'''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.

The books are out of print, but can be downloaded legally and for free [[http://www.savoir-sans-frontieres.com/JPP/telechargeables/free_downloads_english.htm#english here]]. Thank you very much, professor!

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* AlbertEinstein: Appears in several books.
* 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.
* AnimalCompanion[=/=]TalkingAnimal: They have several birds and the snail Tiresias.
* {{Edutainment}}
* {{Fanservice}}: Sophie! Essentially, she's a young Brigitte Bardot with glasses and a smarter expression.
* {{God}}: Appears in the story about the Big Bang.
* InsideAComputerSystem: "Informagic".
* LimitedWardrobe: Anselme always wears the same nondescript shirt with an "A" on it and the same broad-rimmed hat. Sophie is always clad in a one-piece swimsuit and high heels.
* ManicPixieDreamGirl: Sophie has aspects of it in her relation with Anselme.
* {{Meganekko}}: Sophie.
* ShownTheirWork
* YearInsideHourOutside: When special relativity is involved.
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