Bad math, the digital humanities, and woke question-begging.
Einstein called her a “creative mathematical genius.”
A tale of two Jewish siblings.
And a rare Gentile who stood up for them.
The late Benoit Mandelbrot, best known as the founder of fractal geometry, was born in Warsaw to a family of Polish-speaking Jews in 1924. In. . .
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