OK I was just on the Ajira airways website and noticed the pahe describing their "adventures". The first was a polar adventure and to paraphrase it make references to seeing polar bears in the southern hemisphere (i.e. south pole). As most of us know polar bears are in the north pole and penguins are at the south pole. Sound fishy?
The second "adventure" was an Island adventure" at the end of the description there is a travlers tip to teach your kids oragami. I started looking into oragami on wikipedia and there are several theoroms and calculations that go into oragami, which is the folding or changing of space. Here are a couple theoroms that stood out:
1. Gauss curvature
2. Non-Euclidean geometry
3. Conformal map
4. And my favorite...Jacobian (Jacobb???), which involves the stretching and moving of space on a curve