Chaim Zelig Slonimsky

Russian mathematician and inventor

Rabbi Chaim Zelig Slonimsky (31 March 1810 in Białystok – 15 May 1904 in Warsaw) was a noted rabbi and mathematician, and an award-winning inventor.

Chaim Zelig Slonimsky

Quotes about SlonimskyEdit

  • Stalin invented Slonimsky! Then he must have also invented the genetic content of one-quarter of me, for Z. Y. Slonimsky, known to the world of Jewish scholarship as Chaim Selig Slonimsky, was my paternal grandfather. A swarm of childhood memories invaded my brain. Ever since I could remember, my mother used to tell me amazing tales about my grandfather, who was a genius, but an impractical one. "Don’t follow in his footsteps," she cautioned me.

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