August 17, 2011 | Misc

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Google Homepage Honors Pierre de Fermat

If you’ve been to google.com today, you might have noticed the Google logo looks like a chalkboard.

It’s Google’s way of honouring Pierre de Fermat, a French mathematician famous for his Last Theorem, of which the proof was supposedly to long to be able to be written in a book of his.

What’s your verdict: Cool or nerdy?


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