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    Default History of intellectual THEFTS OF JESUITS AND ISLAMIKKKS

    Jesuit missionaries WERE THIEVES http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0813091457.htm AND

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    Dr George Gheverghese Joseph from The University of Manchester says the 'Kerala School' identified the 'infinite series '- one of the basic components of calculus - in about 1350.

    The discovery is currently - and wrongly - attributed in books to Sir Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibnitz at the end of the seventeenth centuries.

    Kerala is a part of India known for its Jewish population. Cochin Jews, also called Malabar Jews (Malabar Yehudan) are the descendants of the ancient Jews in the former Kingdom of Cochin in South India, including the present day port city of Kochi. They traditionally spoke Judeo-Malayalam, a form of the Malayalam tongue native to the state of Kerala in India. Several rounds of immigration of the Jewish diaspora into Kerala led to a diversity amongst the Cochin Jews.

    In 1524, the Muslims, backed by the ruler of Calicut (today called Kozhikode), attacked these wealthy Jews of Cranganore on the pretext that they had an advantage with the pepper trade. The Jews fled to Cochin and went under the protection of Perumpadapu Swaroopam, the Hindu Raja there. Shortly thereafter, the Portuguese occupied Cochin in this same period and suppressed the Jews until the Dutch displaced them in 1660. The Dutch Protestants were more tolerant of the community.
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    Calculus was known by Greeks. That's what the lost book of Archimedes, that now is recovered, is all about.

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    There is evidence to suggest that the early Hindus knew about quantum dynamics theory in ancient times.

    Anyhow it is still possible that Archimedes stole ideas from India. When he invaded India in 327B.C.E., the invaders took Indian ideas back to Greece with them.
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    Impossible. It was the other way around. It is known that Indians learn its Middle Age's mathematical skills from the Greeks, in the same way they copied the Greek-Buddist art.

    In fact, the methods of the Middle Age's Indians were Greek.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinguin View Post
    Impossible. It was the other way around. It is known that Indians learn its Middle Age's mathematical skills from the Greeks, in the same way they copied the Greek-Buddist art.

    Do not forget that India had rather advanced systems for mathematics already before the greeks arrived there. For example some of the theorems that the Pythagoreans later used were expressed in India earlier than in the greek world.
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    Where is the evidence?

    Remember that very few ancient Indian documents are preserved, and also that Indians (like other Asians like the Chinese) have the tendency of exagerating how old are certain things.

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    The works of Archimedes , especially in the calculus, were extremely advanced for his times, although rather unique. For about eighteen centuries after him, there was nothing even close to his research in the whole world. Honestly, I would rather believe that some extraterrestrial aliens taught him these things than the Indians. And, please note that I don't believe in aliens at all.

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    Now, many people knows that Calculus existed before Newton. For instance, derivates were known since Greeks times for the calculation of tangents in conics. Now, for the calculations of volumes, there were also certain forms of calculus, particularly to integrate barrels.

    http://www.winebarrel.com/images/barrel.gif

    Barrow, the teacher of Newton, knew this and other methods, and some believe he really was the inventor of the modern method of Calculus, rather than Newton

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isaac_Barrow


    Here there is an article about the contribution of Al-Hazen (perhaps the greatest Muslim scientist) to Calculus

    http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=...qfIik2xUNqhAhQ

    So, Calculus wasn't unknown in ancient time. The difference is that after Newton a Leibnitz a general method was developed. A method that today allows to make calculus in computers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holden Caulfield View Post
    Anyhow it is still possible that Archimedes stole ideas from India. When he invaded India in 327B.C.E., the invaders took Indian ideas back to Greece with them.
    Yeah, when Archimedes invaded India....

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