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# Ancient mathematics

In Year 1595
Europeans in the New World discovered natural deposits of asphalt. Sir Walter Raleigh described a “plain” (or lake) of asphalt on the island of Trinidad, near Venezuela. He used it for re-caulking his ships.

In the 17th Century

I'm pretty sure Blaise Pascal was a smart man. He spent perhaps thousands of hours thinking about the next pattern in our time. He was sure of the importance contained in it.
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Today I can explain, partially its importance.

In Year 1714

The Englishman Henry Mill patented a device that made written text look printed. The story of the typewriter began.

Jacob Bernoulli
Jacob Bernoulli (27 December1654 - 16 August 1705) Swiss scientist and mathematician. His most important discovery is the number e of the natural logarithm, when he discovered this fundamental mathematical constant. This happened by chance when he was looking at how the values ​​of number series are determined. e is approximately equal to 2.718281828459

In 1905 Albert Einstein: Special Relativity

The laws of physics are the same for all observers in any inertial frame of reference relative to one another (principle of relativity).

The speed of light in vacuum is the same for all observers, regardless of their relative motion or of the motion of the light source.

As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain, and as far they are certain, they do not refer to reality.

Albert Einstein

Today´s scientists have substituded mathematics for experiments, and they wander off through equation after equation, and eventually build a structure which has no relation to reality.
Nikolai Tesla

How does the speed of light slow down?
When passing through the glass, the speed of light is halved, and after passing through the glass, the speed of light is again the speed in the atmosphere. The speed of light slows down due to the water molecules in our atmosphere. For this reason, uniform speed of light cannot be determined on Earth.

1918 the First Standard in Germany

An important milestone in the history of standardization was the creation of the first standard, published in 1918. The first DIN standard, at that time known as a German Industrie-Norm (German Industrial Standard), defined the dimensions of and materials for taper pins under the title DI-Norm 1. Taper pins are conical connection elements used to hold machine parts together.

(More precisely, to keep the parts of the machine in their mutual position, when disassembling and assembling the equipment. Not intended for fastening, such as screws and nuts.)

In the 20th Century - Scientific Measurement

In the modern SI system, angle measurement is performed using measures of length and the result is expressed in "radians". A plane angle is defined in the SI system as a quantity where, for example, the value of a full angle is obtained from the ratio of the length of the circumference of a circle to the radius of the circle. In this way, we return to the ancient unit of angle in radians. 360 degrees is 6.28 radians. Without forgetting in this context the use of the degree in distant antiquity.

In Year 1959

The United States and the Commonwealth of Nations defined the international yard as exactly 0.9144 meters. As a derivative of this, the international inch was defined as exactly 25.4 millimeters. Before standardization, the differences between American and British inch standards caused difficulties in fine mechanics. In everyday life it had no practical meaning, but for example in the USA Rolls-Royce Merlin engines manufactured under license from Packard could not be used with Rolls-Royce spare parts and vice versa; in the American parts the Rolls-Royce engine was too tight, while in the British parts the Packard engine was consuming oil due to the different size inches and the tolerance problems they caused.

In 1993

Book: FEAR OF PHYSICS, A Guide for the Perplexed.
Nobel prized Lawrence Krauss explained the meaning of the circle in his a 203-page book. A scientist starts by drawing a circle. The idea of ​​the book was to assume a round cow.

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