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I am Iyengar, and I hail from South India, from a rural city. I have completed my engineering in computer science, but I was always interested in advanced physics, mathematics, philosophy and cognition and evolutionary theories. Because I barely have any teacher along with me to teach me, and no proper library, I did quite a bit of self learning from the internet, and roughly learned many diverse concepts, starting from Quantum mechanics, to Algebraic geometry, Galois theory, philosophy and cognition. I didn't have a path so I dumped down all the knowledge that was available before me. I had generated some ideas to solve Millennium prize problems and some ideas in Quantum mechanics, which have to be made concrete, and since I didn't have a proper channeling, all my ideas and work went unnoticed.

Nevertheless I continue to go further, seeking knowledge. Knowledge is power.


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comment Can someone explain Gödel's incompleteness theorems in layman terms?
@oxinabox, Very good answer for layman. It's absolutely understandable and please continue to go further posting such things. :)
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comment Concrete Example of the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture
+1. Why such a beautiful , clear, explanatory answer of Alvaro Lozano-Robledo got neglected ? . Very informative, the PCMI lecture book written by Alvaro Lozano - Robledo, is very interesting and the most elegantly written article I ever saw , which gives a gentle introduction about the conjecture for almost naive persons. Example : Me . Here is it . I downloaded it for free, but may be it got removed.