Poincaré Conjecture Proven
Posted by Eric on 15 April 2003, 21:52 GMT
We interrupt your regularlyscheduled programming to deliver the news that the Poincaré conjecture has reportedly been solved (though it still must go through a 2year verification period). For those not familiar with it, the conjecture is one of the seven most important unsolved mathematics problems chosen by the Clay Institute with a $1 million prize each. Check out a dumbeddown explanation of Poincare's Conjecture.



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Re: Poincaré Conjecture Proven

thechessmaster88

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15 April 2003, 21:57 GMT


Re: Poincaré Conjecture Proven

angelboy
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Wow, that's pretty cool


15 April 2003, 21:59 GMT


Re: Poincaré Conjecture Proven

scott_shortonideas
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This sounds exciting! Too bad I don't know what it is and looks too complicated for me. Oh well. :(


15 April 2003, 22:00 GMT


Re: Poincaré Conjecture Proven

Gerhalt

Wow did you guys see who posted the comment? Haven't seen him in a LONG time. Oh well lol :)
Gerhalt


15 April 2003, 22:09 GMT


HI ERIC!!! MAKE ME A SANDWICH!!!

RCTParRoThEaD_
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That was so confusing that I got a migrane from reading it, and then I fell asleep.
P.S. Eric still has news posting priveleges?


15 April 2003, 22:17 GMT


Re: Poincaré Conjecture Proven

KermMartian
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Lol...wouldn't it be cool if it had been solved by a supercluster of calculators!
The whole seven important math equations is doubtful to me, though, because I would think mathematicians would find important difficult equations all the time...
sorry for the confusing grammer ;)


15 April 2003, 22:23 GMT


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