are asked to find the volume of a red rubber ball.
The mathematician knows that the volume of a sphere has been mathematically determined so they measures the radius and puts it into the proper formula.
The physicist knows that Archimedes discovered how to determine the volume of an o...
Archimedes, Newton and Pascal are playing hide and seek.
It's Arcimedes' turn to seek and so he starts counting down.
Pascal quickly runs off to some bushes nearby.
Newton starts walking, stops thinks for a while and them draws a large rectangle around himself in the dirt.
The time is up and Archimedes turns around: "Found you, Newton...
Archimedes wasn't just known for inventing his many inventions. He's also considered to have invented the first insult when talking to his brother who was a cheese maker after discovering a early form of lindburger cheese....
He simply stated, You reeka!
Newton, Pascal and Archimedes are playing hide and seek...
Archimedes starts to count, Pascal hides in a bush and Newton draws a square on the ground and steps into it. Archimedes finds Newton first, of course, but Newton replies, "Nope. One Newton on one square meter is equal to one Pascal."
I explained to my friend that he shouldn't be afraid of drowning in the sea because of Archimedes principle.
But he was too dense.
History's great scientists were invited to a party. Here are their responses.
Isaac Newton: "I'll drop in."
Socrates: "I'll think about it."
Georg Ohm: "I'm resisting the idea."
Robert Boyle: "I'm under too much pressure."
Charles Darwin: "I'll wait to see what evolves."
Pierre and Marie Curie: "We're radiating enthusiasm."
Archimedes law of bathing
When your body immersed in water, the phone rings
A Russian joke
An American, a Serbian, a Russian and a Greek are stuck in a falling airplane. There are only three parachutes there.
The American says “I am from the most important country. Let me jump, I am important.” The Serbian gives him a parachute and the American jumps.
Then the Greek says “I ...
One scientist to another...
"Have you ever seen an Archimedes screw?"
"No, but I imagine they do it pretty much the same as other Greeks."