Hi, welcome to the Math Help Forum family! You mentioned a considerable amount of math history, what started you down that path? How long have you been at it? I would love to learn more about this!
Hello all. I am not a mathmetician but have read a conciderable amount on the history of mathnatics, however I am primarily looking for colaboration on a paper I have been writing for some twenty years intitled "Triply Connected Rotational Action as the Foundation of Number".
Hi, welcome to the Math Help Forum family! You mentioned a considerable amount of math history, what started you down that path? How long have you been at it? I would love to learn more about this!
Mash:
Thank you. It is the sublime beauty of mathematics that has me supporting bookstores, pulling volume after volume off their shelves. It was my serendipitous discovery of the integer values of the areas under the curves of a rolling circle that propelled me into math history as I could not believe this was not already known (now I know that for simple rotation/translation this has been known since Roberval). My lack of formal training is a source of constant frustration, sometimes however, I am presumptive enough to see it also as a strength.
I recently sent you a somewhat overwrought summary of my efforts. If you think there may be a general interest please advise me as to how best make a public posting on MHF.