jethrofloyd Posted July 23, 2016 #1 Share Posted July 23, 2016 Researchers find 'irrelevant' scribbles in Leonardo da Vinci's notebook actually reveal the moment he first recorded the laws of friction http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3703588/Researchers-irrelevant-scribbles-Leonardo-da-Vinci-s-notebook-actually-reveal-moment-recorded-laws-friction.html#ixzz4FFZzFFdP Professor Ian Hutchings from the University of Cambridge was the expert to realize there is more to these scribbles than what was first believed. Hutchings describes them in his study, which illustrates 'three square blocks being pulled to the left by a string which asses over a pulley and from which a circular weight is suspended.' 7 Top Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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