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Professor X puffed up, looked suitably gratified at this well-earned recognition, beamed, and responded “Si: certo, certo . ”; and Salam got the assistance he required:-) f Not unreasonably since the villa was owned by Christian Fronsdal. May 27, 2008 12:34 WSPC/Guidelines-IJMPA 26 ChristIsham C. Isham 5. ”, my answer is not as an insightful manager, or even as a very creative scientist, but rather as an unusual, and very warm human being. For me, a special example of this was the one exception to our hectic working schedule.
The idea that science is the common heritage of mankind also precludes the notion that science is Western science. For Salam science was universal and there could be no such entities as Third World science or Islamic science or Marxist science. Salam was nothing if not a dreamer. Any other young man, remember that he was only in his thirties at that time, would have been daunted with the task. But Salam had another quality, which distinguished him from ordinary scientists. He was a consummate politician and a charismatic person.
To all these activities he brought an unbounded energy and optimism. However, Abdus Salam had many other interests too, and only slowly did I realise that to each individual he revealed only a fraction of his total personality. This was brought home to me at a meeting at Imperial College that was held in his memory shortly after he died. Tom Kibble and I both spoke, as did a number of other people from outside Imperial College, representing Salam’s various interests and activities. I remember with particular clarity one speaker saying that “Salam was always angry”, which truly astonished me.
Bifurcation results for semilinear elliptic problems in RN by Badiale M., Pomponio A.