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The mathematician in the corner

Name a famous mathematician. A¬†live one, if you don’t mind. Who is the modern equivalent of Gauss, whose hometown Napoleon spared because “the foremost mathematician of all time lives there”? Perhaps this is unfair: we are unlikely ever to witness another person quite like Gauss in human history, but the point still stands. And the [...]

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