"There is a famous formula...It appeals equally to the mystic, the scientist, the philosopher, and the mathematician."
E. Kasner and J. Newman, 'Mathematics and the Imagination' (1940)
e to the i +1=0
The constants represent four major branches of classical mathematics:
Algebra - i
Analysis - e
As well as the three most important mathematical operations-addition, multiplication and exponentiation.
Welcome to A Future History
Relating to the Universe as an orderly whole while discovering the past with today's evidence,
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Owtnedlaw recently presented the topic "The Abortion Precipice", a philosophical review of a male's perspective on an exclusively female issue. Historical, epistemological, and social dynamics were offered and discussed. "A woman stands on the edge and decides.", on Sat. March 28th at the Dallas College of Complexes.
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