Millennium Prize Problems - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Millennium Prize Problems - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The Geeks' Guide to World Domination by Garth Sundem: Welcome to my GEEK brain. It has exactly 314.15 information slots. While I wish there were more slots, alas, there are not. And while I wish these slots were packed with things like mathematical proofs of Millennium Prize problems, the mechanics of teleportation using Einstein-...

The Geeks' Guide to World Domination by Garth Sundem: Welcome to my GEEK brain. It has exactly 314.15 information slots. While I wish there were more slots, alas, there are not. And while I wish these slots were packed with things like mathematical proofs of Millennium Prize problems, the mechanics of teleportation using Einstein-...

The Hodge Conjecture asks the question: to what extent can we approximate the shape of a given object by gluing together simple geometric building blocks of increasing dimension?  Its solution is worth a million dollars since it is one of the millennium prize problems.

The Hodge Conjecture asks the question: to what extent can we approximate the shape of a given object by gluing together simple geometric building blocks of increasing dimension? Its solution is worth a million dollars since it is one of the millennium prize problems.

The Navier–Stokes existence and smoothness problem concerns the mathematical properties of solutions to the Navier–Stokes equations which describe fluid flow. The solution to this problem is worth one million dollars since it is one of the millennium prize problems.

The Navier–Stokes existence and smoothness problem concerns the mathematical properties of solutions to the Navier–Stokes equations which describe fluid flow. The solution to this problem is worth one million dollars since it is one of the millennium prize problems.

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Sir Michael Atiyah lectures on the Millennium Prize Problems for the next century.    http://claymath.msri.org/atiyah2000.mov

Sir Michael Atiyah lectures on the Millennium Prize Problems for the next century. http://claymath.msri.org/atiyah2000.mov

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