So here's the really cool part. Since I knew next to nothing about topology this was mostly new to me. I may as well have read it back in 1994.
And now? This afternoon I get to travel 21 years into the future!
Imagine looking at the state of the art in a field of your choice then literally seeing the future of what happens next. If you want to do the same, the book I read was by Colin C. Adams called "The Knot Book". Or just go peruse an unfamiliar section at your local library or used book store.
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