posted on May, 30 2012 @ 08:54 PM
The millenium math puzzles are currently 6 math questions that have been unsolved in over a millenium.
Solve any 1, and you get 1 million for EACH one you solve.
Hosted by the clay math institute.
One has already been solved the poincarie conjecture, but the winner gregori perelman refused the prize.
My question is, a lot of the problems on the MMP could potentially save many lives and make lives easier for the world, cures for disease, restructure
financial system etc etc.
Now myself, i was extremely terrible at math TILL i read Vedic Mathematics by TJ .....i forgot the rest of his name, hes indian lol too long.
Not only India, but many of the ancient civs were much more advanced than the present day humans.
Can problems like the Riemann hypothesis be solved using ancient or vedic math, or maybe even a collaboration?
Do you think the key is somewhere in these books?