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Nicholas Alexander Buckendorf that’s a fascinating question. I think it *does* work, but you’d have to take account the extra dimensions if you’re doing higher dimension and add those as well (is it’d probably be something like x2 + y2 +z2 = c2 – but that’s Euclidean too I *think* gosh it’s been so long… Euclean is where everything has parallel lines and righ…t angles I think…. and non-Euclidean is when the right angles are warped by gravity or by shape – like cuves and spheres and hyperbolas and other curvy things (and curvy things just means you hav… “

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