Turing's journal on the auction block


Of all places the auction house Christies has a very good article on Turing’s work and mentions its secret U.S. counterpart in Dayton, Ohio. Just happened to coincide with the film’s release, oh and they were auctioning an Enigma machine…

Oh look, someone else thinks Leibniz notation is weird. It reminds me a little of what Feynman wrote about his dislike for the traditional forms of trigonometric functions.

I for one still don’t quite understand how one ends up with d²y/dx².

…is how I read that sentence in my mind. Sorry, Mr Gandy, reality just isn’t quite as interesting. :smirk:

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