Fields Medalist Stripped

Adams, Colin
January 2002
Mathematical Intelligencer;Winter2002, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p36
Academic Journal
Predicts the withdrawal of Fields Medal awards from Wendell Holcomb by the International Congress of Mathematics. Allegations of taking intelligence-enhancing drugs; Identification of Mentalicid in urine samples; Ability of solving the three-dimensional Poincare conjecture.


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