de_kubinyi_honor_lg-500x680-200“The western reasoning from which all our formal geometrical knowledge springs began with a few simple statements called postulates.”The odd thing about these postulates is that they are assumed to be true. In other words the foundations of feometry that the world is built upon today, ranging from bridges to computer chip, is based on faith in a few starting notions, among them the existence of a ‘point.’ Knowing a few postulates is instructive.

Postulate 1: A line contains at least two points.
Postulate 2: Through any two points, there is exactly one line.

It is difficult to argue against these postulates, impossible to prove them true.”

—Hubert A. Allen, Jr. The Petroglyph Calendar: An Archeoastronomy Adventure

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