OMG!! Thank you sooo soo so much! This made my day, week, everything! I am so happy to see that so many of you like and mostly want to see more of my math-love.
As maybe you already know I have started this blog because I was so incredibly angry that everyone around me was just complaining about how hard and useless Mathematics is. And it just made me annoyed and extremely sad. Probably you know that for me math is not perfect, is not easy, is not completely understandable. But it is so useful, so beautiful and so complex. And we need to be so thankful for it and everyone that is working in this domain. They are the ones that are changing our lives. Don’t forget that The study of mathematics is like air or water to our technological society!
Thank you again for all your support and I hope that in the future I will convince you more and more about math’s beauty and importance.
Just because of this great thing I wanted to tell you all that I have another event for you. I hope you enjoyed my last event (Street Numbers) which was great fun and I loved doing it. But now I am doing another eveeeent!!! YeeeY!!! But this is way bigger! It will be a lot of work so I hope a lot of you will participate. I have tried to put it on as many platforms as I could do… SOOOooo… Let us CELEBRATE the MATHEMATICIANS born in October!!! You can find this event on: Google+ , Facebook and also you can use #CelebratewithLThMath on Tumblr , Twitter or Instagram. With this event I just to show how many people worked and transformed the mathematics we are learning now. Just to make you a little curious there will be approx 37 mathematicians, such as Richard Dedekind, Karl Weierstrass, Torricelli, Bernoulli, Galois and many others!! I will try to post as much as possible about them, but feel free to post to and just use the #CelebratewithLThMath… It will start on 1st October so hope it will be lots of fun! Also, I would like to say that on WordPress I will make like short posts with what was posted on the other platforms and maybe some extra info if I have time (but there will be hard days, such as 24th October where I have 5 mathematicians). So, incredibly excited and hope you will love it, too! LET US CELEBRATE MATHEMATICIANS TOGETHER!!!
Hope you liked this post, and if you would like to know more email me at LThMathematics@gmail.com Any feedback is appreciated so use the like and share buttons!
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