Histories of Scientific Insights
Histories of Scientific Insights is a walk through time, from the birth of civilization to the present, looking at key discoveries, detailing the people and the context of those discoveries. The focus is on concepts we use daily about which we wonder occasionally where they came from.
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THE DISTANCE TO THE STARS
THE WORLD IN WHICH WE LIVE
UNITS OF MEASUREMENT
FORCE POWER AND WORK
NICOLAS COPERNICUS 14731543
JOHANNES KEPLER 15711630
WHAT ABOUT FRACTIONS?
GOOGOL AND ITS FRIENDS
EUCLID 365 300 BC
LEONHARD EULER 17071783
TWODIMENSIONAL LINE? 276 SNOWFLAKES NAPKINS PYRAMIDS
ISAAC NEWTON 1643 1727
ALBERT EINSTEIN 18791955
IN THE BEGINNING WAS THE NUMBER
MATHEMATICS AND FINE ART
GOLDEN SECTION IN NATURE
LEONARDO FIBONACCI LEONARDO PISANO 11751250
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