Discussion in 'Books and Literature' started by -Toxxic;;*, Aug 16, 2016.
The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
it is good idea, that book really good one I have read it twice
" Santiago meets an Englishman who wants to learn the secret of alchemy, or turning any metal into gold, from a famous alchemist who lives at an oasis on the way to the pyramids. While traveling, Santiago begins listening to the desert and discovering the Soul of the World. " It is philosophy book
The Cadfael books by Ellis Peters
Omg, someone else has read this?!
John Dies at the End is a masterpiece.
The Babysitters Club
I loooooved those. Did you see the movie?
No, I did not. But I used to have all of them, except the Little Sisters (any of them) or the California Diaries, lol.
One of my favorites, which had the greatest positive impact on humanity:
Did he invent Calculus or Liebniz? What say you?
I think both did, just independently. I prefer the notation of Liebniz though. I think it's highly possible that it will be found that Archimedes actually discovered it first.
I remember reading about that. They saw that someone had erased it and used it for some religious writing.
Yes. What a crime against humanity.
Archimedes also supposedly discovered to some degree a place-value decimal numeral system but didn't realize the significance of it.
Separate names with a comma.