Oct. 31st, 2012

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"Benjamin K. Tippett has a theory. The University of New Brunswick mathematician believes that he’s figured out what, exactly, those insane sailors saw that night in 1928 when they encountered Cthulhu on a lost island in the Pacific. And so Tippett has written a hilariously deadpan paper explaining “non-Euclidean geometry” once and for all."

So, do I risk working through his math, and possibly lose the Sanity Point?

Possible Bubbles of Spacetime Curvature in the South Pacific

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