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Imagine you are totally lost in a town with no street names, and you want to get to a friends house?
Well now you can......left,right,left,right,right...etc
By using a newly discovered Maths formulae

Do you want to find your lost Email? Where ever it went?
Well now it can be found using the same Maths formulae.

This finding of actual lost items, totally defies logic, yet it works.

Goverments, and scientists will soon be using this Formulae Which was discovered by a 63 year old elderly Russian immigrant to Israel.
For over 30 years. over 100 scientists had worked on "The Synchronising Problem"
Believing that given a finite number of roads, one should be able to draw up a map, coded in various colours, that would lead to a particular destination, even though you were lost, in an unknown road, devoid of signs.


This unknown former Security Guard (Abraham Trachtman) has solved the problem, to everyones amazement. In only eight short pages written in pencil, straight from his brain. No computer was used.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/main.jhtml?xml=/earth/2008/03/21/scimaths121.xml

http://www.mywire.com/pubs/AP/2008/03/20/5978736?pbl=419

The Maths formulae is to be posted in an Israeli Maths Journal very shortly.



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You've got to read this new book called The Talent Code-- the introduction is about a girl who did a month's worth of practice in five minutes -- there's an excerpt here (The Talent Code)


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