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Sunday, April 11, 2010

Time for a break.

The MT365 schedule says I should take a break so I will. I am still ahead of schedule with M208. I need to refresh. Breathe in new ideas. I'll be thinking of maths I suppose. What's one or two weeks anyway? I have so many books I still want to read. Want to complete the book about Ramanujan's life for example. And I have other important things to do I tend to neglect while studying.

I watched this documentary about vinyl record collectors. Mostly guys but a few women as well. Completely into record collecting. I am developing a similar passion for mathematics. In the documentary they compare it to an addiction. Because the activity absorbs all time and energy. I consider my mathematical 'knowledge' valuable. I suppose other people will consider it useless. Like I thought about the guys in the documentary with all these records. The collectors are convinced they have a valuable collection and thus it is so. L Ron Hubbard said "What is true for you... is true for you...". He was right.

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