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Mathematics is not one of my own interests. I am something of an intellectual cripple when it comes to anything more complex than compound fractions. But I do certainly know that it's possibly the single most important basis of all science; without it one cannot measure the world nor abstract it into a more easily-understood form, in any sense other than a verbal analogic sense or perhaps a graphic interpolational sense.

These are links which for the most part relate to pure-mathematics, for the applied mathematics of the other sciencies and disciplines, please see the appropriate pages, which are referenced from the Science MetaIndex Page.

Please see History of Mathematics Archive.

- American Mathematical Society.
- Centre International des Recountres Mathematics, their English-language page. They also have a variety of university and professional links. In particular, see their Mathematical Databases and Servers List.
- Mathematics and Computer Science Division (Argonne National Laboratory).
- Take a look at the Math Links Page provided by the Scientific Computing Resource Center, part of the Division of Computer Research & Technology of the National Institutes of Health.
- Theory.Org has some great online math applications, mostly fractal and chaotics generators and manipulators, and hosts discussion groups in the sciences.

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