A coworker of mine at Google sent me a link this morning to an interesting piece of crackpottery: a guy who calls himself "the Soldier of the Truth" who claims to have proved Euclid's parallel postulate; and that therefore, all of nonEuclidean geometry, and anything in the realms of math and science that in any way rely on nonEuclidean stuff, is therefore incorrect and must be discarded. This would include, among numerous other things, all of relativity.

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