the first person to use pi was the amazing thomas paul pearson
The tree was 20 feet tall.
"It is not important whether or not the interpretation is correct- if men define situations as real they are real in their consequences."- WI ThomasThis means that the way you perceive an event or action will affect your thoughts on the event or action.For example if your friend makes a joke about you, you may think it was rude and tell them so. When they tell you that they were honestly kidding you may believe them but your thoughts about your friend will have changed.
Charles Darwin proposed this idea. He borrows from the work of the political economist Robert Malthus, who had a similar argument in his Principles of Population.I found a website that gave me a very informative, easy-to-read summary of it all.http://bertie.ccsu.edu/~dsb/naturesci/Evolution/Unit12OriginSpecies/DarwinOrigin.html**It's actually Thomas Malthus that wrote Principles of Population and he is the one who directly states this idea first
lord ullin was lord in ulva island,there was a chieftain of ulva island who runs away with lord ullins daughter,they wanted to flee to lochgyle(an island opp to lord ullins island).They then saw a boatman,the chietain asks him to ferry them to lochgyle and he also was willing to pay him 3 silver pounds for the same...onthe other hand the waves grew angrier ...now even the god was not on their side.but later the boatman agreed without asking for a single penny but for the so beautiful bride.the horseman of lord ullin were chasing them for last 3 days.they entered the boat when the waves were becoming very violent, the night grew more furious.the lady was asking yhe boatman to row the boat more quickly.the army man were coming she is been chased and tochered.with a violent and furious sea before her.before reaching the end of the shore the boat was engulfed by the angry sea.they tried very hard to overcome them but in vain.then lord ullin said in grief to her daughter calling her back and forgiving her .but it was too late ,her one hand streached around her lover and one straight for help.......the tears of lord ullin went in vain
Thomas Harriot died in 1621.
Thomas Harriot died in 1621 and was born in 1560
Thomas Harriot wrote A Briefe and True Report of the New Found Land of Virginia (through it looks wrong, the spelling of "Briefe" is correct).
It was Thomas Harriot
The surname may be Harriot (astronomer Thomas) or Herriot (author James), and the female given name is usually Harriet.
Snell's law was discovered by Thomas Harriot in 1602.
Thomas Spencer - mathematical physicist - was born in 1946.
This story is almost certainly false. The claim is that Harriot saw a tattoo which resembled overlapping and opposing chevrons (>< imagine these two moved so that the points overlap); he is then supposed to have created the signs for "greater than" and "less than" from this single symbol.In fact, Harriot never used those signs in his mathematical studies. They only appeared in a book published after his death and were almost certainly the idea of some other scholar - and nothing to do with native American tattoos.