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Leibniz is "Tom 7"?
(08 Mar 2004 at 21:10) 
According to the Mathematical Genealogy Project, I've got some pretty famous ancestors. (This is by student/advisor relationship.) Viz:
Murphy  Harper/Crary  Constable  Kleene  Church  Oswald Veblen  EH Moore  HA Newton  Michel Chasles  Poisson  Lagrange  Euler  Johan Bernoulli  Jacob Bernoulli  Leibniz  ?
Maybe the lambda calculus and the calculus of variations (ie, high school calculus) have some relation after all...



Wow, pretty cool ancestry. Alas, my ancestry is no longer impressive. 
Own3d 
Woah, cool mathlinky site. Although I didn't have a math advisor (only a comp sci one), my Calc III (or was it Calc II?) professor's advisor ancestry also branches from Oswald Veblen et al.
OOh, I feel like remixing Cactus Hand from Examine Machines & Enrich. 
Do it! 
Wow, pretty cool ancestry. Alas, my ancestry is no longer impressive. 
My browser sucks. 
hehe 
(offtopic)
I think the upcoming 100th AAD is a good occasion to put AAD no. 1 Spastic Moose  Then Come The Chunks online.
Don't you? :)
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I'd love to, but Marc has the tapes and has been promising to mix it for years... 

