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Walter Nicolau

 
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Fermat's Enigma: The Epic Quest to Solve the World&hellip von Simon Singh
A mind boggling trip into the world of number theory and the path that Andrew Wiles incessantly followed for EIGHT whole years in order to solve a 360 year old puzzle: There are no solutions to Pythagora's theorem for powers higher than 2! Sounds simple? Wait until you see the demonstration.
However, one does not have to understand elliptical equations, modular forms, the Taniyama-Shimura conjecture, or Kolyvagin-Flach method to enjoy this captivating exploration of superior mathematics. I personally have had a love hate relationship to mathematics, thanks to "kind" teachers, but now I'm over it. If you feel the same, this book might be the cure or at least the… Mehr dazu
Modern Times: The World from the Twenties to the N&hellip von Paul Johnson
A must for the serious student of history and not only. Fascinating reading about the major historical events that have shaped our modern world after the second world war. It is a massive and yet condensed work that presuposes certain knowledge on the events described. Thus, one volume of historical facts easily becomes ten or more, depending on how interested one is in finding out more about the described events.
By masterfully avoiding the classical historian dull-narration-just-the-facts trap, Johnson gives a litterary appealing and a witty, playful and sometimes cynical insight in the personalities behind famous/infamous leaders such as Stalin, Mao, Idi Amin, Kennedy, and… Mehr dazu
Sign and the Seal: The Quest for the Lost Ark of t&hellip von Graham Hancock
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Fascinating account for a less known part of the Jewish history and the story of The Arch of the Covenant. Hancock traces the possible routes that the Arch could have been carried along, after its mysterious dissapearance from the temple of Solomon. Guaranteed to keep you awake as the author tries to unveil some of the most well kept secrets in history. Brilliantly logical in the presentation and at the same time exciting and intriguing narration.
A must for all history and mystery lovers and an excellent begining for those who want to continue exploring the nearly mythical world of the Knight Templars.