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But when I learned about the “Mercator projection”, which is not really a projection at all but rather a clockwise rotation of latitude longitude coordinates while moving from the North towards the South pole, it started to make sense to me. I realized that in real life, this means that the length of a meridian (on the map) is longer than the length of a parallel (to the equator), and it also means that the length of a parallel (on the map) is longer than the length of a meridian (on the map).
So it is with the geometry of circles, arcs and circles: an arc of a circle is longer than a straight line (parallel), a straight line is longer than an arc of a circle (meridian).
When one draws the circle in the “circle trigonometry” applet, one gets a different result, because that applet is isosceles: two sides are equivalent, so arc length is equivalent to a straight line. It’s natural, I guess.
I find it quite amazing that our lives and the universe is described by the same geometry: the three dimensions of space-time and the 4 dimensions of our reality, and it is all described by an isosceles-figure.
This post is dedicated to Dr Stephen Badger who recently published his blog post