BAMA presents, absolutely free!

Rudy Rucker, of San Jose State University

Who will take you into the realm of
"The Fourth Dmension in Mathematics and Science Fiction"


At San Jose State University
Science Building room 142

February 3, 1999, at 7:30 pm

How can we best visualize a fourth dimensional space? From Edwin Abbott's "Flatland" into modern times, people have often used illustrative stories. In this talk we revisit two-dimensional Flatland and discuss some of Professor Rucker's own science fictional extensions of this world. We'll see how the fourth dimension can be used for thinking about time, about the curvature of space, and about the existence of alternative universes.




To learn more about Dr. Rucker's previous adventures visit him in:
The Fourth Dimension



How to get to San Jose State University:
101 From 101 take the First street or Guadalope Expressway exit and go to Fourth Street. Take Fourth to San Fernando; turn left onto San Fernando and park in the Tenth Street garage ($2.00). The Science Building is on Fourth Street between San Fernando and San Carlos Streets.
280 From highway 280 take 11-th street to San Fernando St., turn left onto
San Fernando and then right into the Tenth Street Garage ($2.00 parking
cost). The Engineering building is on San Fernando between 7-th and 8-th
Streets.



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Last revised on January 27, 1999