Book of the day! When Paul Dirac was asked whether he felt someone was too smart for him to understand, he confidently replied "Yes. Weyl". Herman Weyl is arguably one of the smartest people in modern history. If one were to summarize Weyl, they would say that he was the guy who solved math problems that physicists weren't good enough to do. He helped Einstein with the formulation of General Relativity, and many other physicists. In this book, Prof. Weyl discusses many mathematical concepts, such as the reason for a 4 dimensional universe, and talks about other mathematicians, such as David Hilbert. I got this book at the age of 13 and have yet to read it. This will be the book I'm going to read next, and I suggest you do the same!
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