Pi (π) has been known for almost 4000 years. I learned today that we owe our gratitude to Archimedes of Syracuse (287–212 BC), as being the first to introduce the calculation. Without doubt, Archimedes of Syracuse was the greatest mathematician of the ancient world. According to the Math is Fun website, Pi is defined as […]
“Once in awhile, Right in the middle of an ordinary life, Love gives us a fairy tale.” Anonymous A special thanks to all my blogger friends who joined the Wedding Dialogues. Your thoughtful comments and “likes” were much appreciated. The Wedding Dialogues would not be complete without an epilogue containing some final thoughts on transitions.
And they lived happily ever after….well, that is until the end of the story which is, Till death (or divorce) us do part…” There is an end to a marriage. The statistics, no matter how you interpret them, confirm that divorce is a reality. And then there is death. The statistics are quite firm on […]
As I look forward to the Victoria Day long weekend, my thoughts turn to the Queen that brought the British Empire into a new world order during a time of great change and uncertainty. Born on May 24, 1819, she came to the throne after the death of her uncle, King William IV, in 1837. […]