Mathematics without history is soulless
Junaid Mubeen

Recently, in the U.S. a survey revealed that on average, one book a year is read….and given the “dismal reality” of smart phone’s and tablets…..the garble of txt “language” and the character limitations of “tweets”, your challenge of conveying meaning regarding the “wonder” of knowledge and its history will prove interesting…..since the “history” of anything seems to be beyond the attention span of the current generation….whose life is tethered to devices which buzz and vibrate, and result in fits of anxiety when they don’t. Good luck in your quest.

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