12 Mar 2011

Archimedes of Syracuse (around 287–212 B.C.) was a Greek mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor, and astronomer. Among other great inventions, he is known of inventing a way to measure an object’s volume by sinking it in water and by his cry out when he found the solution: Eureka!

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  1. Bogdan PAUNICA

    Funny as hell, dude, cheers !