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ARCHIMEDES -287 TO 212 BC -"Be silent unless you can say something more useful than your silence"
ARCHIMEDES -287 TO 212 BC -"Be silent unless you can say something more useful than your silence"
ARCHIMEDES -287 TO 212 BC -"Be silent unless you can say something more useful than your silence"
ARCHIMEDES -287 TO 212 BC -"Be silent unless you can say something more useful than your silence"
ARCHIMEDES -287 TO 212 BC -"Be silent unless you can say something more useful than your silence"
ARCHIMEDES -287 TO 212 BC -"Be silent unless you can say something more useful than your silence"
ARCHIMEDES -287 TO 212 BC -"Be silent unless you can say something more useful than your silence"
ARCHIMEDES -287 TO 212 BC -"Be silent unless you can say something more useful than your silence"
ARCHIMEDES -287 TO 212 BC -"Be silent unless you can say something more useful than your silence"
ARCHIMEDES -287 TO 212 BC -"Be silent unless you can say something more useful than your silence"
ARCHIMEDES -287 TO 212 BC -"Be silent unless you can say something more useful than your silence"
ARCHIMEDES -287 TO 212 BC -"Be silent unless you can say something more useful than your silence"

ARCHIMEDES -287 TO 212 BC -"Be silent unless you can say something more useful than your silence"

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THE STORY BEHIND THE SHIRT

Archimedes of Syracuse (/ˌɑːrkɪˈmdz/;[3] Ancient Greek: Ἀρχιμήδης; Doric Greek[ar.kʰi.mɛː.dɛ̂ːs]; c. 287 – c. 212 BC) was a Greek mathematician, physicist, engineer, astronomer, and inventor from the ancient city of Syracuse in Sicily.[4] Although few details of his life are known, he is regarded as one of the leading scientists in classical antiquity. Considered to be the greatest mathematician of ancient history, and one of the greatest of all time,[5] Archimedes anticipated modern calculus and analysis by applying the concept of the infinitely small and the method of exhaustion to derive and rigorously prove a range of geometrical theorems,[6][7] including: the area of a circle; the surface area and volume of a sphere; area of an ellipse; the area under a parabola; the volume of a segment of a paraboloid of revolution; the volume of a segment of a hyperboloid of revolution; and the area of a spiral.[8][9]

Archimedes' other mathematical achievements include deriving an approximation of pi; defining and investigating the spiral that now bears his name; and devising a system using exponentiation for expressing very large numbers. He was also one of the first to apply mathematics to physical phenomena, founding hydrostatics and statics. Archimedes' achievements in this area include a proof of the principle of the lever,[10] the widespread use of the concept of center of gravity,[11] and the enunciation of the law of buoyancy.[12] He is also credited with designing innovative machines, such as his screw pump, compound pulleys, and defensive war machines to protect his native Syracuse from invasion.

Archimedes died during the siege of Syracuse, when he was killed by a Roman soldier despite orders that he should not be harmed. Cicero describes visiting Archimedes' tomb, which was surmounted by a sphere and a cylinder, which Archimedes had requested be placed on his tomb to represent his mathematical discoveries.

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• 100% combed and ring-spun cotton (heather colors contain polyester)
• Fabric weight: 4.2 oz (142 g/m2)
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• Side-seamed

THE STORY BEHIND THE SHIRT.

Archimedes (287 BC–212 BC)[1] was a Greek scientist. He was an inventor, an astronomer, and a mathematician. He was born in the town of Syracuse in Sicily.

His father was Phidias, an astronomer, and he may have been in the family of a king of Syracuse. Syracuse was a rich Greek city, on the sea shore in Sicily. When Archimedes was about ten years old, he left Syracuse to study in Alexandria, Egypt. He was in the school of Euclid, a famous mathematician. Not much is known about the personal life of Archimedes, for example, whether he was married or if he had children.

When the Romans invaded Syracuse, they captured Archimedes so they could learn all of the things he knew. About two years after he was drawing a mathematical diagram in the sand and enraged a soldier by refusing to go to meet the Roman general until he had finished working on the problem. The Roman killed him. His last words are supposed to have been “Do not disturb my circles!”  (WIKIPEDIA) 

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