The writer invites us on a journey into the history of mathematics and the lives of various mathematicians. He focuses in particular on the discovery of hyperbola engineering, which fostered an understanding of the internal system of a spider's web - a source of inspiration for mathematicians, artists and media workers. The author also engages with Euclid's relationship with geometry and the contributions of mathematicians in the construction of this new laboratory, the most famous of which is the model of the mathematical scholar Poincaré. It was also known to be prestigious, encompassing the concepts of Euclidean geometry within this new geometry. The author also focuses on the obstacles faced by scientific research, and scientists' experiences withstanding and overcoming these obstacles.