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Topic: Ramanujan, Einstein, Newton: Are they comparable?
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Craig Joyce

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Ramanujan, Einstein, Newton: Are they comparable?
Posted: Oct 3, 2002 7:01 PM
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I wonder if Newton, Einstein and Ramanujan were in the same league of
intellect. Ramanujan, as many know was great, but was he comparable to
E and N? It could be true that he remained largely unknown because
mathematical discoveries don't affect our life directly. Yet, it makes
me a little uneasy. Take a look at this:

http://www.geocities.com/thesciencefiles/rama/page.html

what do you think?




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