Every week, a friend and I read a seminal paper and discuss it. There are so many pieces of writing that become part of our culture - we reference them, but how many people know what they actually say?

2/11/2018 - Separation of Ownership and Control. Fama et. al. 1983 NOTE: if you or someone you know can explain why this paper is heavily cited, let me know.

2/4/2018 - Intro to Material Science - NOTE: If you have a good seminal paper in material science, let me know.

1/27/2018 - EQUILIBRIUM POINTS IN N-PERSON GAMES

1/20/2018 - Flocks, Herds, and Schools: A Distributed Behavioral Model

1/13/2018 - On the Relationship between the Second Fundamental Theorem of the Mechanical Theory of Heat and Probability Calculations Regarding theConditions for Thermal Equilibrium

1/7/2018 - Economic Possibilities for Our Grandchildren

12/30/2017 - ON COMPUTABLE NUMBERS, WITH AN APPLICATION TO THE ENTSCHEIDUNGSPROBLEM By Turing

12/23/2017 - Marie Curie Radiation Paper

12/16/2017 - Schmidhuber Original LSTM Paper

12/10/2017 - Theory of Interstellar Trade by Paul Krugman

12/3/2017 - Original Hubble Paper on Expanding Universe

11/26/2017 - Original Black Hole Paper

11/19/2017 - The Role of Monetary Policy

11/12/2017 - Prospect Theory

10/29/2017 - Germ Theory

10/22/2017 - Man Computer Symbiosis

10/15/2017 - Ethereum Paper

10/8/2017 - Pauli’s Proposal of the Neutrino

10/1/2017 - Bitcoin Paper

9/16/2017 - Millgram Experiment

9/2/2017 - Deep Q-learning Paper

8/26/2017 - Noether’s Theorem

8/20/2017 - Parabiosis

8/12/2017 - Black-Scholes

8/5/2017 - Goedel’s Incompleteness Theorem

7/30/2017 - Kolmogorov Complexity

7/15/2017 - 1987 Place Cell Paper

7/9/2017 - Einstein 1905

7/1/2017 - McCullough and Pitts

6/24/2017 - Shannon’s Mathematical Theory of Communication