Galileo and the Magic Numbers by Sidney Rosen

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Sixteenth century Italy produced a genius who marked the world with his studies and hypotheses about mathematical, physical and astronomical truths.

His father, musician Vincenzio Galilei said, “Truth is not found behind a man’s reputation. Truth appears only when the answers to questions are searched out by a free mind. This is not the easy path in life but it is the most rewarding.”

Galileo challenged divine law and the physics of Aristotle, and questioned everything in search of truths. And it was o

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Published June 1, 1958 by Little, Brown & Co.. 212 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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