Secret Plato Code Discovered and Solved, Historian Claims
Did Plato hide a secret code in his writings? Dr. Jay Kennedy, a historian and a member of the University of Manchester’s Faculty of Life Sciences, recently published a scholarly work parsing the Ancient Greek philosopher Plato's writing, discovering...
US Students Prove Pythagorean Theorem In “Impossible” Way
American students have proven the famous theorem of the great ancient Greek mathematician Pythagoras in an "impossible" way.
Celebrating Ancient Greek Math on Pi Day
Happy Pi Day! Math fanatics from all around the world and everyone else who just loves pi (or pie) celebrate Pi Day on March 14. Pi was named for the Greek symbol π, the ratio of the circumference of a...
What Ancient Greece Thinkers Believed About Extraterrestrial Life
There were schools of thought in Ancient Greece that speculated about extraterrestrial life, in trying to answer questions about the universe
Canadian Students Feast on Ancient Greek and Roman Food
Students at the University of Toronto in Canada recently had the chance to dine on ancient Greek and Roman food during an "Ancient Food Day" hosted by the university. About 40 or so students tried delicacies enjoyed by the Greeks...
Pythagorean Cup From Ancient Greece Pranks Greedy Drinkers
The Pythagorean Cup, an invention of the ancient Greeks, shows that their heads weren't in the intellectual clouds all the time. They were down-to-earth enough to make people laugh a bit at themselves, particularly if they greedily poured themselves...
Greek Philosopher Pythagoras and His Famous Theorem
The influence of Pythagoras in mathematics and philosophy remains strong today along with the mysteries surrounding the great Greek philosopher
Nine Mathematical Equations that Changed the World
Mathematical equations have been the tool of man explaining the world around him and the key to advance knowledge about the Universe
Theano Philosopher and Wife of Pythagoras
Theano of Crotone, an ancient Greek philosopher and mathematician in her own right, is often referred to as the wife of Pythagoras. Many experts believe Theano, who lived in the 6th century BC, to be the first known woman mathematician,...
Ancient Greek Mathematician, Philosopher Created Pythagorean Comma
The Greek mathematician and philosopher Pythagoras, applied his genius to music as well, creating the Pythagorean comma in music theory.
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