Against the Day Weblog

December 7, 2006

Tiling and General Relativity

Filed under: Uncategorized — basileios @ 11:05 am

‘Strange tilings from demolition jobs that raised advanced mathematical issues the Prof was then moved to go on about at stupefying length’

Could this be some sort of mentioning of the Penrose tiling?

A bit further down below the ‘concentrated mass as a local distortion of the space itself’ is a wonderful application of General Relativity (patented in the US patent Office as well). I loved the joke here.


1 Comment »

  1. Their are many clues and ciphers in ATD about how General relativity
    is applied to, both mathematical and practical,observations.

    Comment by Anonymous — December 7, 2006 @ 7:34 pm | Reply

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