This issue, Top Ten features the best haircuts held by mathematicians!
10. Rumour has it that judges’ wigs were inspired by Leonhard Euler’s hair.
9. Peter Dirichlet loves answering your letters and caring for his hair.
8. It can’t be simply a coincidence that “acre reindeer stash” is an anagram of “René Descartes’ hair”.
7. Carl Gauss. Because sideburns are cool. [Ed: it’s not going to happen, Scroggsy!]
6. Isaac Newton grew this to act as a helmet against falling apples.
5. Hypatia proves that ancient Greeks also had great hair.
4. If that beard was on top of his head, Johannes Kepler would be number one.
3. It could be argued that Albert Einstein is not a mathematician. It could not be argued that his hair is not amazing.
2. In close second, it’s Ada Lovelace.
1. Our runaway winner this issue is Gottfreid Leibniz!
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