The only thing most people know about Pythagoras is that he created the Pythagorean Theorem…which he may not have actually created. In fact, he might not have existed at all. 584 more words
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Iamblichus, Life of Pythagoras 42
“For when the barbarians and the Greeks were struggling against each other around Troy because of one man’s lack of self-control they endured the most terrible calamities—some in war, some in the return home—and the god assigned a punishment for that single injustice for one thousand and ten years, providing an oracle for the sack of Troy and requesting the journey of maidens from Locris to the temple of Athena in Troy. 98 more words
Here is the abstract for a new paper to be published soon on thermodynamics and Ontological Mathematics:
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Abstract: “A de Saussure light trap with multiple internal layers is numerically modeled with a thermal partial differential equation.