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Did you miss it? The power of curiosity and schoolboy naivety

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  1. David Sanger says:

    Impressive but apparently not as groundbreaking as the papers have it.

    This analysis from professors at the university where he was interning:

  2. Ken Rhodes says:

    What is also impressive to me is that those two professors were able to write a learned article explaining the problem, the young man’s approach, and the other knowledge in the field, which I could understand. I betcha those two are good teachers.

  3. Deven Desai says:

    David, Great comment. Thanks for the update.

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