Math books that look interesting
`On formally undecidable propositions of Principa Mathematica and related systems`:title:, by Kurt Godel.
`Computability and Unsolvability`:title:, by Martin Davis.
`Mathematical Foundations of Information Theory`:title:, by A.I. Khinchin.
`Calculus of Variations with Applications to Physics and Engineering`:title:, by Robert Weinstock.
`Relativity, Thermodynamics, and Cosmology`:title:, by Richard Tolman.
`Mathematics Applied to Continuum Mechanics`:title:, by Lee Segel.
`Optimization Theory and Applications`:title:, by Donald Pierre.
`The Variational Principles of Mechanics`:title:, by Cornelius Lanczos.
`Tensor Analysis for Physicists`:title:, by J.A. Schonten.
`Investigations on the Theory of Brownian Movement`:title:, by Albert Einstein.
`Great Experiments in Physics`:title:, ed. by ???.
`Curvature and Homology`:title:, by Samuel Goldberd.
`The Philosophy of Mathematics`:title:, by Stephan Korner.
`The Various and Ingenious Machines of Agostino Ramelli`:title:, by A. Ramelli (!).
`Experiments in Topology`:title:, by Stephan Barr.