"Give me a place to stand and I will move the earth." Archimedes.
What at first appears a shameless boast by the ancient Greek mathematician
and inventor, Archimedes, is really a respectful deference to the power
of leverage or, as it is also called, mechanical advantage.
Of course, he would also need a lever and fulcrum of astronomical proportions,
but his statement clearly illustrates his faith in physics and simple machines.
This engraving depicts Archimedes using a Class I Lever to lift a globe
of the earth.
In reality, the Claw of Archimedes employed levers to lift and break
Roman ships during the Siege of Syracuse.
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Invented in Egypt by the ancient Greek mathematician Archimedes , the
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irrigation and lifting water from mines and ship bilges. The water
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