25078evariste galois alex grothendieck
- May 12, 2013________________________________
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Subject: [PrimeNumbers] Re: Unread heros of Math & Physics
--- In email@example.com<mailto:primenumbers%40yahoogroups.com>, "djbroadhurst" <d.broadhurst@...> wrote:
> To Newton, Maxwell and Einstein belongs the almost sole
> glory of capturing the essentials of mechanics,
> electromagnetism and relativity, respectively, in a handful
> of ideas and equations of great power and persuasiveness.
Not to minimize the work of such a genius that was Einstein what about Lorentz and Poincar�'s contributions to special relativity?
And as a mathematician, Poincar� probably ranks in the top of the list close to Euler and Gauss.
Among my favorite mathematicians is also Galois: I can't hardly imagine the work he would have achieved if he did not die (stupidly) at only 20.
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