Table of Contents | 8 January 2001
"You couldn't have saved her. Even if you'd been there. . . ."
Science fiction can transport you to other worlds, and so can mathematics. But few people ever see the mathematical worlds, because the natives speak a different language and the terrain is rough, full of abstractions and infinities. That's a shame, because there are some wonderful sights to see, and some fascinating ideas to try on.
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