Wed. 2nd September: Eureka!

It seems that Archimedes, the ancient Greek mathematician had few limits. Not only did he discover the law of flotation, design military weapons to defend his city of Syracuse against the Romans, and possibly have a hand in teaching those who designed the Antikythera mechanism, but now a long-lost text shows that he had begun to discover the principles of calculus. Check it out here.

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