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A fledgling mathematics genius found in India.

Based on The Man Who Knew Infinity  (1991 book), by Robert Kanigel regarding the life of Srinivasa Ramanujan.
 1:00  "Mathematics, rightly viewed, possesses not only truth but supreme beauty..."  Bertrand Russell
 1:30  Trinity College, Cambridge  England  1920
 2:15  Madras  India  1914
 3:30  Galileo
 3:45  Fate
 4:30  Based on the book by Robert Kanigel
 8:45  Madras

14:30 

15:45  Negative values of the gamma function
 20:30  I don't understand this. I know about it from samurai, but not from India.
 23:45  Gunga Din
 25:00  Newton
 38:30  Mathematical proofs
 39:00  Euler and Jacobi
 39:45  Mozart

41:00 
 Epistles of St. Paul
 Poems of Milton
 Morgan's bible
 Newton's pancopea mathematica
 44:15  Partition (number theory) and Partition function (mathematics)
 45:30  It's stupid to make him conform. I'd have a couple of students following his pure research work in their spare time, until he had grown popular enough to have fulltime research students, all of which would be working on "translating" his output into the current lingo. Senior mathematicians could then be working on proofs.
 48:15  Atheist

56:00  Rationing
 What was this war in Belgium?  Belgium in World War I
 59:00  There's no sense of a lapse in time in this movie..
 1:04:45  Oh good, his healed bruises are at least some sign of time passing.
 1:08:15  Combinatorics
 1:12:30  Tuberculosis

1:14:30  Koshi's Theorem
 I don't know what this is.
 1:24:00  I don't understand, why is he going to Oxford?
 1:32:45  Pure mathematics

1:42:30 
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