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This picture is my joke on mathematician Felix Klein's brilliant idea about non-orientable surfaces. Klein described this in 1882 through algebraic equations. The most popular example of such a surface is the Klein bottle. Klein's equations are involved in the background. I would be grateful for your attention. Sincerely, Tatiana
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The mathematician Klein had not foreseen the artistic use of the tap with the drop. Tatiana you always amaze us, I knew the Möbius strip with the endless surface, I did not know the Klein bottle and its mathematical formula that forms a very nice background to this your beautiful artwork, ciao Giangiorgio
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Most impressive work of modern art, Tatiana (about that guy Klein I had not hear before, I'm an ignorant as you well know) My sincere compliments! Cheers! PDE
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I am very grateful to you, Giangiorgio, for your precious attention and understanding! I hope Felix Klein would not be offended by seeing this picture. Thank you very much for your generous compliment! Sincerely, Tatiana
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Hi Tatiana,

 

to be honest, I never heard of Felix Klein before, but your amazing creation in honor of his work will certainly make me remember his name from now on! As always, you have found a very creative way to translate an idea into a fascinating visual. I really like the way you have made the background out of his equations (in an appealing color). Again, you have made such wonderful and imaginative use of your PS skills. Into my favorites! Bravo! Kind regards, Vincent

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Many thanks, Pierre, for your attention and compliment! Sincerely, Tatiana
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Tatiana’s picture is worth a thousand of Klein’s words!!! Klein was undoubtedly trying to illustrate that anything and everything in this world can be explained using calculus and algebra!!
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Thank you so much, Patrick, for your excellent compliment! Glad you liked it! Sincerely, Tatiana
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Thank you a lot, Vincent, for your interesting observation and generous compliment! Glad you liked it! Sincerely, Tatiana
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Nice to hear from you, Warren! Many thanks for your attention, imaginative observation and generous compliment! Glad you liked it! Sincerely, Tatiana
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Ludwig Wittgenstein was asked "What is your aim in philosophy?" His response was "To show the fly a way out of the fly-bottle." Although I am woefully ignorant of high-level mathematics, Tatiana,I can recognize high-level photographic artistry and skill when I see it. This image is a paradigm case. Need I say more? - - My best always, michael
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I am very grateful to you, Michael, for your philosophical observation and generous compliment! Sincerely, Tatiana
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