Daily Archives: February 28, 2016

Never Leave A Book Behind

Recently I had the chance to meet in person an acquaintance of mine from the Naval War College. We were part of a group watching a documentary that had won the Group Documentary competition for the National History Day competition, … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Babylonian Theorem

The Babylonian Theorem: The Mathematical Journey To Pythagoras And Euclid, by Peter S. Rudman Very few people, likely only those who are particularly interested in both geometric algebra as well as ancient history, are likely to find a book such … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Beginnings & Evolution Of Algebra

The Beginnings & Evolution Of Algebra, by Isabella Bashmakova and Galina Smirnova At first glance, one would not think that a book burdened with large amounts of equations and an extremely dry approach would contain particularly useful insights on areas … Continue reading

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