
Re: Uniqueness and Sin ( x )
Posted:
May 24, 2000 12:10 PM


Bieberbach was an outspoken Nazi. I once saw a picture of him in a black outfit with swastikas. Jerry
At 9:10 AM 0700 5/24/00, Geoff H wrote: >Tim, > >How interesting! Is this story part of an oral tradition or did you read >it >somewhere? I've checked out Landau's bio at >http://wwwgroups.dcs.stand.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Landau.html >and while there's no explicit mention of Bieberbach, the same collection >of bios >describes B. as antiSemitic. Was he part of the National Socialist mob >that forced Landau out? Seems to fit. > >Conjecture: Mathematicians who are extremely conformal are extremely >anal. >er, whatever that might mean. > >Cheers and best wishes for a fruitful summer, > >Geoff > > > > >HOW TO UNSUBSCRIBE > > To UNSUBSCRIBE from the calcreform mailing list, > send mail to: > > majordomo@ams.org > > with the following in the message body: > > unsubscribe calcreform your_email_address > > >Information on the subject line is disregarded.
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