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Alembert mystery of drag in an inviscid flow, the Sommerfeld mystery of transition to turbulence in shear flow, and the Loschmidt mystery of violation of the 2nd law of thermodynamics. This book has its own dedicated homepage where we make movies available from the many computations in the book, which we hope will be entertaining as well as lead to new insights. Since our approach is new, and may also be considered controversal by some, at the homepage of the book we open for a free debate on these very important questions that are fundamental for both mathematics and fluid dynamics. We further argue that this paradigm shift must lead to a corresponding paradigm shift in mathematics education on all levels. The backbone of the book is a general methodology for the numerical solution of differential equations based on Galerkin’s method using piecewise polynomial approximation. The book is a substantial revision of the successful text Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations by the Finite Element Method by C. It begins with a constructive proof of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus that illustrates the close connection between integration and numerical quadrature and introduces basic issues in the numerical solution of differential equations including piecewise polynomial approximation and adaptive error control.
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