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Polymath Token

So… Hello guys…

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Its my first attempt to share with you about new TOKEN.

Its POLYMATH – The Security Token Platform 59 more words


Homogeneous length functions on groups

The Polymath14 online collaboration has uploaded to the arXiv its paper “Homogeneous length functions on groups“, submitted to Algebra & Number Theory. The paper completely classifies… 197 more words


Athanasius Kircher

“Nothing is more beautiful than to know all” – Athanasius Kircher

(Public Domain – File: Athanasius Kircher.jpg. Created: 2 May 1665: Cornelis Bloemaert – http://www.portraitindex.de/documents/obj/33802643… 210 more words

Magic Lantern

A Photo Of "Mirror Lake", NH, By Polymath Richard ('Dick') Byrd, Esq. Of 'Wolfeboro', NH.

by Anura Guruge

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Over the last month or so I have posted photos, articles and a poem by Dick Byrd: lawyer, software entrepreneur, painter, poet, photographer, raconteur, Photoshop maestro, philosopher, writer, race car driver, mechanic & all-round-nice-guy. 100 more words

Anura Guruge

British Charles Babbage, "The Father Of The Computer", Was Born This Day 226-Years Ago.

by Anura Guruge

Another of the British polymaths of that era. We were blessed.

He had quite the mind. Pretty amazing all the things he successfully turned that mind to. 40 more words

Anura Guruge

Metrics of linear growth - the solution

In the tradition of “Polymath projects“, the problem posed in the previous two blog posts has now been solved, thanks to the cumulative effect of many small contributions by many participants (including, but not limited to, Sean Eberhard, Tobias Fritz, Siddharta Gadgil, Tobias Hartnick, Chris Jerdonek, Apoorva Khare, Antonio Machiavelo, Pace Nielsen, Andy Putman, Will Sawin, Alexander Shamov, Lior Silberman, and David Speyer). 487 more words