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How to “topologize” the fundamental group: a primer

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Interesting to read about this mathematician Biss, who was a Clay Research Fellow but whose four most major papers (including papers in Annals and Inventiones) seem to have been invalidated by very elementary mistakes. A good object lesson on how even the most decorated people and sophisticated-looking work is as susceptible to problems as anything else
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Yo, this is my current undergraduate research! Specifically the Tau topology.

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