"His name was Jules Henri Poincaré."

Jules Henri Poincaré (1854-1912) was a great mathematician, philosopher and physicist. He famously won the King of Sweden's award for resolving the three-body problem, was a proponent of relativity, and laid the groundwork for Chaos theory. He was also involved in the Dreyfus Affair that rocked France at the turn of the Twentieth Century.


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