Is there structure in randomness? According to a mathematical proof published by 2012 Abel Prize winner, Endre Szemerédi, yes, there is I can't believe I didn't tell you about this before, so I am going to remedy this situation right now. There are several major international prizes for mathematics: the Fields Medal is awarded once every four years to two, three, or four mathematicians who are under 40 years of age. The other is the Abel Prize, which is awarded every year by the King of Norway to one or more mathematicians for a career of outstanding scientific work in the field of mathematics, and it comes with a monetary award of 6 million Kroner (more than $1 million US). Since the Abel Prize has no age restrictions, it resembles the Nobel Prize and thus, is often referred to as the "Nobel Prize in mathematics". Indeed, the original inspiration for...
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