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Old January 1st, 2012, 08:56 PM   #1
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It is hearbreaking to witness the collapse of the greek economy, a nation once home to some of the greatest minds through out the history of mankind.

The greek philosophers/scientists/thinkers have undoubtedly influenced our societies more than any other civilisation, from laying the foundation of what we now term "modern science" to inducing social and political development/change.

Let us pay homage to our fellow greeks and appreciate their intellectual prowess.

PreSocratics (7th - 5th century B.C.)
Period marking the begining of science, as well as the development of literature, arts, politics, and philosophy. During these years, the city-states (polis in Greek) flourish. These include the Sparta and Athens. Within this period the Ionian school of natural philosophy was founded by Thales of Miletus. This is considered the first school for speculating about nature in a scientific way, hence signifies the birth of science.

The Pythagorean brotherhood is formed by Pythagoras of Samos. This society performed a great deal of progress in mathematics, but also had mystical beliefs. In addition to the Ionian and Pythagorian, other schools of this period include the Eleatic, the Atomists, and the Sophists.
All philosophers - scientists up to Democritus are considered to be PreSocratics.

Philosophers-Scientists

Thales of Miletus (624-560 B.C.). Astronomer, mathematician and philosopher. Learned astronomy from the Babylonians. Founder of the Ionian school of natural philosophy. Predicted the solar eclipse on May 28, 585. Proved general geometric propositions on angles and triangles. Considered water to be the basis of all matter. He believed that the Earth floated in water. Used the laws of prospectives to calculate the height of the pyramids.

Anaximander (610-545 B.C.). Greek astronomer and philosopher, pupil of Thales. Introduced the apeiron(infinity). Formulated a theory of origin and evolution of life, according to which life originated in the sea from the moist element which evaporated from the sun (On Nature). Was the first to model the Earth according to scientific principles. According to him, the Earth was a cylinder with a north-south curvature, suspended freely in space, and the stars where attached to a sphere that rotated around Earth.

Anaximenes (570-500 B.C.). Pupil of Anaximander. According to him, the rainbow is a natural phenomenon, rather than the work of a god. Basic principle of the universe is air.

Pythagoras of Samos (569-500 B.C.). Mathematician and philosopher. Was to first to believe that the Earth was a sphere rotating around a central fire. He believed that the natural order could be expressed in numbers. Known for the Pythagorean theorem which was however known much earlier (From the Babylonians and perhaps earlier from the Chinese).

Xenophanes (Caliphon, 570-475 B.C.). Greek philosopher who speculated, based on fossils sea shells found on mountain tops, that the surface of the Earth must have risen and fallen.

Heraclitus (Ephesus, 535-475 B.C.). Considered fire to be the primary form of the real world. According to him, everything is in the process of flux (panta rhei).

Parmenides of Elea (520-450 B.C.). Like Pythagoras, he believed that the Earth was spherical. Believed that change is illusory and nothing can be distroyed or changed. He was a pupil of Xenophanes, and was the principle representative of the Eleatic philosophy.

Alcmaeon (Croton, 450 B.C.). Pythagorean. Doctor and physical philosopher. Discovered the main nerves and their route to the brain, which he considered to be a primary organ of humans.

Zeno of Elea (495-435 B.C.). Greek philosopher and mathematician. Known for his four paradoxes: Dichotomy, Achilles, Arrow, and Stadium. These paradoxes are related to the notions of continuity and infinity. Lost his head after being found guilty of treason.

Anaxagoras of Clazomenae (480-430 B.C.). Greek philosopher. Believed that a large number of seeds make up the properties of materials, that heavenly bodies are made up of the same materials as Earth and that the sun is a large, hot, glowing rock. Discovered that the moon reflected light and formulated the correct theory for the eclipses. Erroneously believed that the Earth was flat.

Empedocles (Akragas, now Cicily, 492-440 B.C.). Natural philosopher. Introduced the idea of elements. Recognized the heart as the center of a system of blood vessels, but erroneously suggested that the heart is the origin of human emotions. Considered that fire, air, earth, and water as the elementary substances. According to legend, he died by falling into a volcano's crater after failing to become a god as he predicted.

Melissus (Samos, 440 B.C.). Belonged to the Eleatic School.

Hippasus of Metapontum. Pythagorian philosopher and mathematician. Discovered that some numbers are not commensurable or, in today's terms, not all numbers are rational. Discovered the dodecahedron, a solid whose surface constisted of 12 regular pentagons. Latter, he was sentenced to death by the Pythagorians.

Leucippus of Miletus (490-??? B.C.). Greek philosopher. First to introduce the idea of the atom, an indivisible unit of matter. This idea was later extended by his student, Democretus.

Meton of Athens (440-??? B.C.). Developed the Meton cycle, a 19-year period in which, as viewed from the Earth, the motions of the Earth and moon seem to come together. This cycle can be used to predict eclipses and forms the basis of the Greek and Jewish calendar.

Euctemon of Athens (430 B.C.).

Hippocrates of Chios. Wrote his Elements almost one century before Euclid's.

Hippocrates of Cos (460-377 B.C.). Considered as the father of Medicine. He and his followers considered that diseases had a rational explanation and cause, hence could be treated.

Inopedes (Chios, 400 B.C. ). Greek astronomer. Believed to have first calculated the angle the Earth is tipped with respect to the plane of its orbit. He found the value of 24 degrees which differs only half degree from the presently accepted value of 23.5 degrees.

Gorgias (490-380 B.C.). Greek philosopher. According to his nihilist philosophy, nothing exists. If it did exist we could not know it, and if we new it, we could not tell anyone about it.

Diogenes of Apollonia (425 B.C.) Diogenes was a pupil of Anaximenes, whom he followed in making air the primary element of all things but regarded that there was an intelligent principle behind the order of the Universe. He wrote a number of books on Cosmology.

Philolaus (Tarentum or Croton, now Italy, 480-??? B.C.). Pythagorean philosopher. Was the first to suggest that there is some central fire around which the Earth, sun, moon and all planets rotate.

Protagoras (Abdera, 480-420 B.C.). Greek philosopher and the earliest known Sophist. Believed that sense perceptions are all that existed, thus reality differs from one person to another.

Hippias (Elis, 450 B.C. ?). Belonged to the school of Sophists. Taught astronomy and geometry. Plato wrote two dialogues (Hippias Major and Hippias Minor) concerning him.

Prodicus (Chios, 450 B.C. ?).. Also belonged to the school of Sophists. His pupils include Socrates and Euripides.

Democritus (Abdera, Thrace, 470-380 B.C.). Greek philosopher. Expanded the concept of atoms that was introduced by his teacher Leucippus and showed that atoms are the basis of all form of matter. He recognizes that the Milky Way consists of a number of stars and that the moon is similar to Earth.
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Classical period (5th - 4th century B.C.)

Within this period Athens flourishes under Pericles, the Parthenon is built on the Acropolis, the tragedies of Sophocles, Aeschylus and Euripides are created, the phisolophical schools of Socrates and Plato (known as Academy) are established, and the Lyceum of Athens is founded by Aristotle. In science, the importance of the experimental method is accepted.

Philosophers-Scientists

Socrates (Athens, 470-399 B.C.). Died from poison after the state found him guilty for corrupting the youth.

Theodorus of Cyrene (4th century B.C.). . Pythagorean. Plato's teacher in mathematics. Shows that the square roots of 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, and 17 are irrational.

Archytas of Tarentum (420-350 B.C.). Greek mathematician, astronomer and engineer. Last of the Pythagorians. Plato and Eudoxus was his pupils. Built a series of toys, among them a mechanical pigeon propelled by a steam jet. Developed the theory for the pulley.

Plato (Athens, 430-350 B.C.). Greek philosopher. He was the founder of the Academy (named from the hero Academos owner of the grove where the Academy was built). Believed that mathematics played an important role in education. Disregarded practicality, a belief he passed to his students such as Eucledes. He started a three part trilogy : Timaeus, Critias, and Hemocrates. He finished only the first, Timaeus where he speaks of his theory of four basic elements: earth, water, air, and fire, and hints for a fifth: ether. He is said to have invented a water clock with an alarm.

Eudoxus of Cnidus (408-360 B.C.). Greek astronomer and mathematician. Belonged to the school of Plato. Developed the theory of proportions and the method of exhaustion.

Callippus (Cyzicus, 370-300 B.C.). Greek astronomer, student of Eudoxus. Showed that at least 34 spheres are needed to account for the movement of the moon, planets, and stars.

Aristotle (Stagira, 384-322 B.C.). Considered the father of life sciences. He was the tutor of Alexander the Great. Undertook the classification of animals and plants at a large scale. His main discovery in embryology was that the mother's contribution is as important as the father's. Believed that the Earth was static and at the center of the universe. He also believed, erroneously, that motion was due to the tendency of all objects to reach there natural state. He discovered that free fall is an accelerated form of motion, but also believed that heavier objects fall faster than lighter ones. He considered chemical elements, which cannot be decomposed, to be the constituents of all bodies. He was the founder of the Lyceum in Athens, also called the peripatetic school because the philosophers were thought while walking.

Menaechmus (4th century B.C.). Discovered the conic sections. Was also a teacher of Alexander the Great. When Alexander the Great asked him if there was an easy way to learn geometry, he answered that in mathematics there is no royal path.

Theophrastus (3rd century B.C.). Continued Aristotle's work in plant classification. Headed the Lyceum after Aristotle.

Heracleides (Heraclea, 390-320 B.C.). Greek astronomer. First to suggest that Venus and Mars may orbit the sun. Also suggested the the Earth rotates around its axis once every 24 hours.

Pytheas (330 B.C.). Greek geographer and explorer. Sailed into the North Atlantic and Baltic Sea where he observed the strong Atlantic tides. He correctly assumed that these were caused by the moon.

Theaetetus (4th century B.C.). Greek mathematician. Belonged to the school of Plato. Developed the theory of incommensurable magnitudes.

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Hellinistic/Alexandrian period (4th century B.C. - 5th century A.D.)

This period marking advances in astronomy, mathematics and medicine. Hellinistic refers to the Greeks and others who lived after Alexander the Great's conquests, during which there existed a mixture of civilizations. Important schools of this period include Epicurianism, Stoiciscm, and Skeptisicm.

Philosophers-Scientists

Epicurus of Samos (341-270 B.C.). Founder of the philosophical school of Epicurianism which, similar to the Atomists, believed that atoms are fundamental parts of the real world. Believed that fate was governed by laws of nature and not some mysterious gods.

Straton (Lambsacus, 340-290 B.C.). Greek physicist. Conducted experiments leading him to discover that bodies accelerate when they fall. However, erroneously, he also believes that heavier bodies fall faster. Also studied the lever, but does not find it's law. His work emphasizes the use of experimentation for scientific research. Lived in Alexandria, then moved to Athens to head the Aristitle's Lyceum after Theophrastos.

Zenon of Citius (4th century B.C.). Formed the Stoic school. Had a large number of interesting astronomical beliefs, which include the earth is limited and sherical, beyond earth there is an infinite void, the stars rotate with the sky.

Euclid (Alexandria, 4th - 3rd century B.C.). Alexandrian mathematician. Author of Elements, a set of twelve volume that portrayed the geometric thought of the Greeks as it developed in the 6th to 4th century B.C. It includes plane and solid geometry, the theory of incommensurables, and the theory of numbers. Like Plato, he disregarded practicality.

Aristarchus of Samos (310-230 B.C.). Proposed that the sun is at the center of the universe with Earth along with the other planets circulating around it. He estimated the distance of the sun from the Earth by observing the angle between the sun and the moon when it is exactly half full.

Archimedes (Syracuse, 287-212 B.C.). Greek mathematician and engineer which is included among the top ranking mathematicians in history. Also a natural philosopher. He demonstrated that all numbers can be written down, by writing down the number of grains of sand needed to fill the entire universe. He expertly used the method of exhaustion developed by Eudoxus. He found ratios of the volumes of various figures, such as that of a sphere and a cylinder with a height equal to the diameter of the sphere which is equal to two thirds. He was the first to apply mathematical laws to levers. He is also known for his discovery that a body immersed in fluid displaces an amount of fluid equal to its own mass. Legend has it that he discovered this while in the bath and later ran naked around the streets of Syracuse shouting Eureka (I have found it). He used levers to pull a fully loaded ship on shore, thus supporting his statement: "give me a lever long enough and a place to stand and I can move the Earth". According to legend he was killed by a soldier while contemplating geometric figures drawn in the sand, even though the soldier's commander had ordered Archimedes' life spared.

Ktisibios (Alexandria, 285-222 B.C). Engineer. Formed the so called Engineering School. Together with his pupul Philon, Heron, and Archimedes where the most famous engineers of ancient times.

Eudemus of Rhodes (340 B.C.). Student of Aristotle. Wrote the History of Mathematics, which is lost, and the History of Astronomy.

Conon (Samos, 283-222 B.C.). Greek mathematician and astrnomer. Headed the Alexandrian library after Euclid. Discovered a new stellar formation that he named Come (or Plocamos) Berenices, in honor of Berenice, queen of Ptolemaios III Evergetes.

Eratosthenes of Cyrene (276-200 B.C.).. Greek astronomer and mathematician. Calculated the circumference of the Earth and finds a figure of 46,000 km which is close to the present measured value. Also lays down the first lines of longitude on a map of Earth. He also developed a method for calculating all prime numbers: the sieve of Eratosthenes.

Apollonius of Perga (262-190 B.C.). Mathematician that did a significant amount of work on the conics (circle, ellipse, parabola, and hyperbola). His work was summerized in his book Conics. Considered the last great synthetic geometer until the end of the eighteenth century.

Philon of Byzantine (3rd - 2nd century B.C.). Engineer.

Theodosios (2nd century B.C.).

Hipparchus of Nicea (190-120 B.C.) Greek astronomer and mathematician. Considered the greatest astronomer of ancient times. Developed a system of planetary motion with the Earth at the center. This system was later refined by Ptolemy. Used data from a total eclipse of the sun and parallax to determine correctly the distance and size of the moon. The same data gave values for the distance and size of the sun an order of magnitude smaller than there actual values. Compiled the first tables of cord length, forerunner of trigonometric tables.

Seleucus (Seleucia, 190-??? B.C.). Last known astronomer to champion the heliocentric theory of the solar system until Copernicus.

Poseidonius (Apamea, 140-50 B.C.). Incorrectly calculated the Earth's circumference, which 1500 year later, led Columbus to believe that Asia was only about 3000 miles west of Europe.

Diocles (180 B.C.). Investigates properties of the curve he names cissiod (meaning ivy).

Hypsicles (180 B.C.). Greek mathematician. It is believed that Hypsicles introduced the 360 degree circle to Greek mathematics.

Sosigenes (1st century B.C.). Greek astronomer and mathematician. His advice to Julius Caeser led to the adoption of the Julius calendar, which stayed in effect until 1578 when it was changed by Pope Gregory XIII.

Heron (Alexandria, 1st century B.C.). Engineer.

Andronikos of Kyrrhestes (50 B.C.). Built, in Athens, the Tower of Winds, a water clock combined with solar clocks, the most famous time-keeping device of the Greeks.

Menelaos (Alexandria, 1st - 2nd century A.D.). Astronomer and Mathematician.

Ptolemy Claudius (Alexandria, 127-145 A.D.). Last great Alexandrian astronomer. Refined the system of planetary motion developed by Hipparchus, which had Earth at the center of the universe, known as the "Ptolemaic System". Best known for his Almagest

Diophantos (250 A.D.). Considered the father of algebra and geometry.

Papos (3rd century A.D.).

Hipatias (Alexandria, 3rd - 4th century A.D.). Last ancient philosopher and astronomer.

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i know because theyre still stuck to the fake lash and i counted so depressed
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Old January 2nd, 2012, 01:29 AM   #17
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don't really care about your eyelashes, bruv.

eat any drugs?
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Old January 2nd, 2012, 01:36 AM   #19
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nice, babe.

what you plug?
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Old January 2nd, 2012, 01:37 AM   #20
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Old January 2nd, 2012, 01:39 AM   #22
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Old January 2nd, 2012, 01:39 AM   #23
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tell me about your rec drug use. i'm interested.
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