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This is the story of a book that could have changed the history of the World. To the untrained eye, it is nothing more than a small and unassuming Byzantine prayer book, yet it sold at Christies for over $2m. For faintly visible beneath the prayers on its pages are other, unique, writings – words that have been lost for nearly two thousand years.

The text is the only record of work by one of the world’s greatest minds – the ancient Greek, Archimedes – a mathematical genius centuries ahead of his time. Hidden for a millennium in a middle eastern library, it has been written over, broken up, painted on, cut up and re-glued. But in the nick of time scientists have saved the precious, fragile document, and for the first time it is revealing just how revolutionary Archimedes’ ideas were. If it had been available to scholars during the Renaissance, we might have reached the Moon over a hundred years ago.

The trail begins in the tenth century, when a scribe made a unique copy of the most important mathematics that Archimedes ever developed. For 200 years the document survived, but the mathematics in it was so complex that no one paid it any attention. So when one day a monk was looking for some new parchment – an expensive commodity at the time – to write a new prayer book, the answer seemed obvious. He used the Archimedes manuscript. He washed the Greek text off the pages, cut them in half, rebound them, and turned the Archimedes manuscript into an everyday prayer book. As he piously wrote out his prayers, he had no idea of the genius he was obliterating.

Several hundred years later, the Renaissance was under way. Scientists were beginning to grapple with new concepts, working out how mathematics could be used to explain the World around them. Little did they know that many of the problems they were just encountering Archimedes had already solved more than a thousand years before. So, tragically, they had to do that research all over again, setting back the development of science and technology immeasurably.

Then in 1906, in Constantinople, the document mysteriously turned up in a monastic library. An opportunistic scholar called Johan Ludwig Heiberg identified the text as Archimedes’ writings. Although the Greek text was very faint, Heiberg was able to decipher some of it. What he found astonished him, and made the front page of the New York Times. He revealed that Archimedes’ manuscript contained something called ‘The Method’, which showed not only Archimedes’ final proofs, but for the first time revealed the process of how he went about making his discoveries.

 

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  • Bonnie

    So. what was Archemedes’ “Secret?”

    The article stops right there.

    Not for the masses, eh?

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  • quarkt2

    The big secret is the mathematical link between light and gravity that Einstien was hiding. Also the third derivative of position that they refuse to teach. They don’t want people figuring out how to build free energy devices or Rife’s cure for all disease.

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  • I too noticed that there were 43 minutes of (interesting) history, but 0 minutes devoted to the secret itself. This, in my mind, discredits the producers immensely.

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  • Jay

    It is questionable speculation whether one text could have given us the power to do something like reach the moon a century earlier. One thing I always wonder is how thinking people could think that humanity having the science to do things like build nuclear weapons a century earlier would have been “progress.”

    Intelligent people understand that things happen for a reason. Until humanity can progress a bit more spiritually and can handle the technology we have without using it to invade and kill, anybody should be able to see that science alone doesn’t solve the real human problems. Just imagine if world war one, or even worse, the crusades had been fought with nukes. How hard is it to see that the science developed just as it should?

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  • motorfot

    Interesting history, but what was the Archimedes secret that could have advanced science?

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