The planiverse project: Then and now

Dewdney, A.K.
January 2000
Mathematical Intelligencer;Winter2000, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p46
Academic Journal
Discusses the possibility of a two-dimensional universe. Author's involvement in the Planiverse Project, which centers on the imaginary planet called Arde; Benefits and drawbacks of life in two dimensions; Table of elements and space travel in the universe. INSET: Other attempts at two-dimensional universes..


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