# Changes related to "Neil deGrasse Tyson"

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#### 19 January 2017

- (diff | hist) . . Universe; 22:53 . . (+335) . . 2003:74:4e2f:1070:a8dd:cbfc:54f7:1013 (talk) (Undo revision 2214470 by 2003:74:4E2F:1070:A8DD:CBFC:54F7:1013 (talk) - Removed subliminal advertise as source-link to religious cult-zine)
- (diff | hist) . . Universe; 22:48 . . (-335) . . 2003:74:4e2f:1070:a8dd:cbfc:54f7:1013 (talk) (→Quotes)

#### 16 January 2017

- (diff | hist) . . Science; 00:33 . . (+434) . . CensoredScribe (talk | contribs) (→E-F: Gertrude B Elion)

#### 15 January 2017

- (diff | hist) . . m Wikipedia; 22:01 . . (+2) . . Me, Myself, and I are Here (talk | contribs) (→2006: dash)
- (diff | hist) . . Johannes Kepler; 15:02 . . (+259) . . ELApro (talk | contribs) (→Quotes: Revised & moved to "Mysterium Cosmographicum" Geometry has 2 great treasures & updated AsQBy source from Livio, "The Golden Ratio'' (2003) to Fink, ''Geschichte der Elementar-Mathematik'' Tr. "A Brief History of Mathematic" (1900) Beman, Smith)

#### 14 January 2017

- (diff | hist) . . Geometry; 22:46 . . (+190) . . ELApro (talk | contribs) (→D - L: Revised Kepler quote and updated AsQBy source from Carl Benjamin Boyer, ''A History of Mathematics'' (1968) to Fink, ''Geschichte der Elementar-Mathematik'' Tr. "A Brief History of Mathematic" (1900) Beman, Smith.)
- (diff | hist) . . Johannes Kepler; 19:32 . .
**(+958)** . . ELApro (talk | contribs) (→Quotes about Kepler: Kepler's project in 'Mysterium Cosmographicum' was to give 'true and perfect reasons for the..celestial orbits..general scheme..Plato's Timaeus..but Euclid & Ptolemy's Platonic solid relations: Euclid's theoretic goal per Proclus) - (diff | hist) . . Geometry; 16:36 . .
**(+1,849)** . . ELApro (talk | contribs) (→M - P: Potts, including quotes by Pascal, "Euclid's Elements of Geometry": Geometry was regarded as a very important mental discipline..as in Republic of Plato & testimony of Pascal..8 true laws of demonstration) - (diff | hist) . . Geometry; 15:28 . . (+404) . . ELApro (talk | contribs) (→D - L: Kepler, "Mysterium Cosmographicum" AsQBy Boyer, "A History of Mathematics": Geometry has two great treasures: the Theorem of Phythagoras (gold) & the division of a line into extreme and mean ratio (a precious jewel))