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Simon Phillips Norton (born 1952) is a mathematician in Cambridge, England, who works on finite simple groups. He constructed the Harada-Norton group, and in 1979 together with John Conway proved there is a connection between the Monster group and the j-function in number theory. They dubbed this monstrous moonshine and made some conjectures, later proved by Richard Borcherds. He also made several early discoveries in Conway's Game of Life.[1]

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  1. ^ Poundstone, William (1985), The recursive universe: cosmic complexity and the limits of scientific knowledge, Contemporary Books, p. 7, ISBN 9780809252022  .

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