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On Paris' Weakness and the Glory of Education

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


“America” Is Already “Vegan”

Martin Rowe

Like veganism, the United States of America was founded on an impossible ideal (that “more perfect union” that the preamble to the Constitution talks about… 456 more words

Origins & Reasons

World's 1st Scientific Paper on Ontological Mathematics

The Trick

Here is the abstract for a new paper to be published soon on thermodynamics and Ontological Mathematics:

Abstract: “A de Saussure light trap with multiple internal layers is numerically modeled with a thermal partial differential equation.

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Pythagoreanism originated in the 6th century BCE, based on the teachings and beliefs held by Pythagoras and his followers, the Pythagoreans, who were considerably influenced by mathematics and they believed that the universe could be understood in terms of whole numbers. 281 more words