Euclid's 17th definition (revised) by Stephen Maxwell
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Euclid’s 17th definition from ‘The Elements’ states ‘Parallel straight lines are straight lines which, being in the same plane and produced indefinitely in both directions, do not meet one another in either direction’, however recent research from the Large Hadron Collider has shown that as the lines approach infinity they get tired and sag a little.

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  • Dragomir Vukovic
    Dragomir Vukovicalmost 5 years ago

    it has to be back !

  • Stephen Maxwell
    Stephen Maxwellalmost 5 years ago

    This image had previously been in my portfolio but ‘disappeared’ during one of the Redbubble system upgrades, hence the resubmission.

  • Erika Gouws
    Erika Gouwsalmost 5 years ago

    Very nice! We just can’t get away from mathematics! :)

  • Thank you Erika.

    – Stephen Maxwell

  • Marilyn Cornwell
    Marilyn Cornwellalmost 3 years ago

    Don’t we all sag a little when we meet infinity! Wonderful image and description! Engaging and elegant!

  • Thank you Marilyn. Ah infinity, if only I could put my finger on it!

    – Stephen Maxwell

  • Albert
    Albertalmost 3 years ago

    Very nice!

  • Thanks Albert.

    – Stephen Maxwell

  • Paul Pasco
    Paul Pascoabout 2 years ago

    Very effective deceptively simple strong abstract.

  • Many thanks Paul.

    – Stephen Maxwell

  • Georgie Hart
    Georgie Hartabout 2 years ago

    beautifully bold

  • Thank you Georgie.

    – Stephen Maxwell

  • Allen Lucas
    Allen Lucasabout 1 year ago

    2014-04-10

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