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Benoit Mandelbrot, a well-known mathematician who was largely responsible for developing the field of fractal geometry and who once worked as an IBM researcher in Yorktown, died Thursday. He was 85 and lived in Cambridge, MA. Benoît Mandelbrot was born in Warsaw, Poland, on November 20, 1924.
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by Damon Vrabel <img src="http://s7.addthis.com/static/btn/lg-share-en.gif" width="125" height="16" border="0" alt="" /> The "War on Terror" has become the most successful military diversion in history, having lasted twice as long as WWII so far. While the US and other countries are under severe attack by financial powers through the corporate system and the currency and bond markets, the US military is convinced that people living in remote deserts are the threat. So they’re busy killing some of the poorest people in the world while the country is being attacked by the richest. On the one hand, this is a more impressive Machiavellian chess move than the Calais diversion in WWII that opened up the Normandy attack that would seal Germany’s fate.
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