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 Test Your Intuition (46): What is the Reason for Maine's Huge Influence?
 This question from Tim Gowers will certainly cheeer you up! and test your intuition as well!
 Answer: Lord Kelvin, The Age of the Earth, and the Age of the Sun
 TYI 30: Expected number of Dice throws
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A Weak Form of Borsuk Conjecture
Problem: Let P be a polytope in with n facets. Is it always true that P can be covered by n sets of smaller diameter? I also asked this question over mathoverflow, with some background and motivation.
Some Updates
Jeff Kahn was in town: so we worked together also with Ehud Friedgut and Roy Meshulam (and others) quite intensively. Very nice! Stay tuned for a report! Polynomial Hirsch conjecture (polymath3): While the conjecture remains wide open there are some … Continue reading
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