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S3 the Smith Sexagesimal System: Using Base-60 to Increase Arithmetic Intelligence

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S3: The Smith Sexagesimal System is a detailed treatment and modernization of the ancient base-60 numerical system first developed by the Sumerians around 3100 BC. S3 combines ancient and modern mathematical concepts, unifying them with quantum physics and general relativity. The result is an innovative new system that enhances arithmetic intelligence and simplifies ...more
Paperback, 72 pages
Published December 5th 2011 by Red Anemone Books Inc.
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Christine Todd
Jul 31, 2012 Christine Todd rated it it was amazing
This is an excellent little math book describing a unique Base-60 numerical system developed by the author. He has also added the first chapter of his novel Autonomy at the end. Altogether, a fascinating read.
Jul 20, 2014 Scott rated it really liked it
A Base60 number system. Very, very interesting and well explained.
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Jean-Michel Smith was born in Palo Alto, California, but lived many years in Chicago, which he considers his home town. After pursuing degrees in physics and engineering, he ultimately chose computer science and graduated with a BS from the University of Illinois, College of Engineering. His career as an IT architect and systems engineer has taken him to many countries across the Americas, Europe, ...more
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