Russian Mathematician Grigory Perelman solved one of the seven so-called “Millennium Problems” set out by the Massachusetts-based Clay Mathematics Institute.
Now Grigory Perelman has just been awarded the prestigious Millenium Prize and $1 million by the Clay Mathematics Institute, and all world media is so worried if he will accept it or not.
For our Russian-speaker readers I show one more video about Grigory Perelman in Russian and we will know about Grigory Perelman even more.
For our readers who wants to know more about Grigory Perelman:
I highly recommend you an unique book by Masha Gessen Perfect Rigor: A Genius and the Mathematical Breakthrough of the Century.
You can also read The New York Times Book Review on this book: Grigori Perelman’s Beautiful Mind
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nice videos. He knows exactly where he is heading…
reporters pls leave him alone. His reasons are solid. He is not corrupt. I admire him more than anything else in this world. He needs to be protected.
I agree, Fatti Mcfly…
Such people must know! I believe geniuses know.
Would someone please translate the video to English?
It's going to be a long translation. Which part is interesting?
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But he’s Jewish,not Russian.If Perelman is ‘Russian” so even Trotsky, Kaganowicz, etc are Russians too