Thursday, June 13, 2024
Chris Judd

Science is not new

I have always been amazed at how birds can navigate their way south, thousands of miles for the winter and then come all the way back to nest in the same tree or barn loft each year. 
Astronomy has been recognized as the earliest science known to man. Earliest records go back to the fourth century BC. It was division of the smartest mathematicians that existed at that time. As early as 1800 BC, the right angle triangle with the sides being three, four and five was used to make things square, like buildings pyramids and properties (because for many years the rivers flooded the land and property lines had to be re-defined once the water receded).
I once paid attention to a new engineer who used a . . .

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