Archimedes and the Door of Science - Chapter 14, No End to Archimedes Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14, No End to Archimedes Summary and Analysis

Some people have minds that can grasp the great workings of the universe. Archimedes's mind was of this type. He started mechanics, hydrostatics, the study of buoyancy, the principle of specific gravity, level and pulley laws and the secret to measuring circles. He produced a method for mathematicians and many think of him as the greatest mathematician that ever lived.

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