Today in Euclidean Geometry we discussed the Millennium Problems. In 2000, the **Clay Mathematics Institute**** **chose seven unsolved problems that mathematicians were wrestling with and offered $1,000,000 each for their solution. The first prize was recently awarded to Dr. Grigoriy Perelman of St. Petersburg, Russia for his resolution of the Poincaré conjecture. The kicker? **He may not accept the money, even though he lives in poverty and has been unemployed for four years. **

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I just imagine him having the same voice as Forrest Gump saying “I am not a smart man”