Sure, why not. I hear that Marilyn Vos Savant says the recent proof
of Fermat's Last Theorem is unsound because it relies on nonEuclidean
geometry.
Now, which had less of an excuse to distrust hyperbolic geometry:
Ms Vos Savant, or C.L.Dodgson?
(Dodgson rejected it because of ideal triangles - figures with infinite
perimeter, zero angles, and finite area - which he called absurd.)
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