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## Irish Graffiti

On the 16th October 1843 the Irish mathematician William Hamilton was taking a walk with his wife, alongside the Royal Canal in Dublin, when the answer to a problem that he had been puzzling over came to him, and he … Continue reading

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Tagged Brougham Bridge, Irish Graffiti, John Baez
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