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Muni who Estimated the value of Square Root of two

Considered the most complicated mathematician of all time, Apastamba Muni has written one of the texts in Sulbasutras. He was known as the Sutrakaara who collected sources and curated the Apastamba Kalpasutra. Introduction: Apastamba Muni was an Indian Hindu author who was considered to be a very interesting author for writing one of the texts …

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Kātyāyana

The Rishi who was the Last Mathematician of the Vedic Period

Kātyāyana was considered to be an ancient Sanskrit author, grammatician, Vedic priest, and the last mathematician of the Vedic period. Also known as ‘Katyayana’ (कात ् यायन) was one of the major disciples of the Gautam Buddha. Katyayana was the leading one amongst the disciples while explaining the discussions about Buddha. “Katyayana the Great ” …

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Six Famous Geographer World

Six Famous Geographer in the World

Geographers study human society and the natural environment and there are two categories of geography, first is Physical Geography where geographers study the natural environment and the second is Human Geography where geographers study human societies. Geography is the study of Earth-like migration patterns, natural ecosystems, physical features, etc. All the Geographers who have played …

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joseph lister

Who is the father of Modern Antiseptic Surgery? Joseph Lister

Joseph Lister (1827-1912) was a British Medical Scientist, Surgeon, founder of Antiseptic Surgery, Pioneer in preventive medicines, and experimental Pathologist. The foundation of modern infection control was laid by Lister’s antisepsis principles. Time and Place of birth Joseph Lister was born on 5 April 1827, in Uptown House, Newham, England. Early life Joseph Lister was …

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Homi Jehangir Bhabha Indian nuclear physicist

Homi Jehangir Bhabha the man behind Indian Nuclear Program

Homi Jehangir Bhabha was known for designing India’s Nuclear Program, but other than this contribution in the sphere of atomic energy he also established the two most great institutions, (TIFR) The Tata Institute of Fundamental Research and (BARC) The Bhabha Atomic Research Centre this was named after Bhabha’s death before it was the Atomic Energy …

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Thomas Newcome English inventor

Thomas Newcome the Inventor of the Atmosphere Steam Engine

Thomas Newcome (1917-2008) was an English Inventor, a blacksmith from Dartmouth who gathered the preliminary for the very first modern Steam Engine. Newcome built this machine which was known as the “Atmosphere Steam Engine” in the year 1712. Time and Place of birth Thomas Newcome was born on 28 February 1663 in Dartmouth, England. Early …

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Edward Norton Lorenz American mathematician and meteorologist

Edward Lorenz: American Mathematician and Meteorologist

Edward Norton Lorenz was an MIT meteorologist, an American Mathematician who explained how important it is to make good weather forecasts and unleashed a scientific revolution of Chaos Theory and now is known as the chaotic behavior in the mathematics weather system. Time and Place of birth Edward Lorenz was born on 23 May 1917, …

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Jagdish Chandra Bose biologist, physicist, botanist

Jagdish Chandra Bose Founder of Plant Research and Radio Science

Sir Jagdish Chandra Bose CSI CIE FRS was known as an exceptional man who was a Botanist, Physicist, Biologist, Pioneer, and an early writer in Science fiction. He made an instrument, the Crescograph through which we can see plant’s growth and he also proved that plants can also feel light, cold, heat, noise, pain. Bose …

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Joseph Fourier French mathematician and physicis

Joseph Fourier the Man Behind the Discovery of Greenhouse Effect

Baron Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Fourier (1768-1830) was also known as a Fourier transformer, Egyptologist, and Administrator. Fourier was a French mathematician, and also a physicist. His major influence was on The Analytical Theory of Heat in 1822. Time and Place of birth Joseph Fourier was born on March 21, 1768, in Auxerre, France. Early life Joseph Fourier …

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grace hopper American computer scientist and United States Navy rear admiral.

Grace Hopper A Rebellious Woman Who Made the First Computer Programming Language

Grace Murray Hopper was a United States Naval officer, an American computer scientist. She was an innovator in developing computer technology. For a computer programming language, she developed the first compiler. She also led the development of COBOL, the first programming language.  Time and Place of Birth  Hopper was born in New York City, U.S.  …

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