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No human research can be called true science unless it can be mathematically proved.
Leonardo da Vinci
The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci
Mathematics
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Let no man who is not a Mathematician read the elements of my work.
Leonardo da Vinci
The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci
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Among all the studies of natural causes and reasons Light chiefly delights the beholder; and among the great features of Mathematics the certainty of its demonstrations is what preeminently (tends to) elevate the mind of the investigator. Perspective, therefore, must be preferred to all the discourses and systems of human learning. In this branch [of science] the beam of light is explained on those methods of demonstration which form the glory not so much of Mathematics as of Physics and are graced with the flowers of both.
Leonardo da Vinci
The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci
Light
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Physics
The smallest natural point is larger than all mathematical points, and this is proved because the natural point has continuity, and any thing that is continuous is infinitely divisible; but the mathematical point is indivisible because it has no size.
Leonardo da Vinci
The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci
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There is no certainty in sciences where one of the mathematical sciences cannot be applied, or which are not in relation with these mathematics.
Leonardo da Vinci
The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci
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Science
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Mathematics
Mechanics is the paradise of the mathematical sciences because by means of it one comes to the fruits of mathematics.
Leonardo da Vinci
The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci
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Amid the vastness of the things among which we live, the existence of nothingness holds the first place; its function extends over all things that have no existence, and its essence, as regards time, lies precisely between the past and the future, and has nothing in the present. This nothingness has the part equal to the whole, and the whole to the part, the divisible to the indivisible; and the product of the sum is the same whether we divide or multiply, and in addition as in subtraction; as is proved by arithmeticians by their tenth figure which represents zero; and its power has not extension among the things of Nature.
Leonardo da Vinci
The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci
Mathematics
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