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By JACKSON BIKO More by In 1485, Leonardo da Vinci sketched a fusee for a clock, setting the pace for the great invention of watches. In 1504, Peter Henlein invented what was to be the first pocket watch. Come the 1500s and clock-watches ... Daily Nation, 3 days ago
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Was Leonardo da Vinci a child pornographer?

Protestors stood outside the County Court In Melbourne yesterdayas day one of hearings into Royal Commission into the Institutional Response to Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse began. Over the road in Court 20 of the Magistrates Court, heavyweight ...
 Crikey Media3 days ago Jewish Jesus and Identity Theft in Renaissance Art  OpEdNews.com1 week ago Kiss Cover Letters and Résumés Goodbye  XinMsn1 week ago Leonardo Da Vinci would be proud of these cardboard flying machines  Gizmodo1 week ago

Twitter Fights of the High Renaissance: Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and Savonarola

A blog and video that recently appeared on the HuffingtonPost Arts page -- Why Leonardo Da Vinci Was A Loser (And What That Means For You) -- has apparently re-ignited a longstanding feud between Leonardo da Vinci and his frenemy Michelangelo. Here ...
 Huffington Post2 weeks ago Why Leonardo Da Vinci Was A Loser (And What That Means For You)  Huffington Post1 month ago
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How Mona Lisa's smile led to love affairs and suicides

In 1516, when he was 64 years old, Leonardo da Vinci found himself at a crossroads. His patron, Giuliano de Medici, the brother of Pope Leo X, had just died and new commissions were not forthcoming in his home country. The French, however, couldn't ...
 New York Post3 weeks ago New discoveries decode the symbols and mysteries of the Mona Lisa  MySanAntonio1 month ago Mona Lisa: Maybe better to keep the mystery  USA Today2 weeks ago There are two Mona Lisa paintings in the world . . . or are there? You decide.  Examiner.com1 month ago

Earthquakes explained? New research shows friction and fracture are closely related

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 8-Jul-2014 Overturning conventional wisdom stretching all the way to Leonardo da Vinci, new Hebrew University of Jerusalem research shows that how things break (fracture) and how things slide (friction) are closely ...
 EurekAlert!1 month ago Why are some mild quakes so deadly?  Haaretz1 month ago Was da Vinci wrong? Experts show friction and fracture are related, with implications for earthquakes  PhysOrg.com1 month ago HU team disprove da Vinci, show friction, fracture interrelated  Jerusalem Post1 month ago

the discovery Funny Machines for George the Sheep by Géraldine Elschner, illustrated by Rémi Saillard

The children's picture book Funny Machines for George the Sheep: A Children's Book Inspired by Leonardo da Vinci (Prestel) is a clever introduction to Leonardo da Vinci and the painstaking art of invention. In this story by Géraldine Elschner, Leo ...
 Boston Globe3 weeks ago

'I Origins' opens our eyes to science, spirituality

The notion that eyes are the window to the soul has been attributed variously to Shakespeare, Cicero and Leonardo Da Vinci. Now the concept resurfaces in the fascinating low-tech sci-fi thriller I Origins. (*** out of four; rated R; expanding ...
 USA Today4 weeks ago

This Converted Cave in France Cost $1.35

Alexis Lamoureux was 23 when he returned to Amboise, an idyllic town once home to Leonardo da Vinci that sits on the banks of France's Loire River. Forced to leave another village after the bar he was working in closed down, he began looking for a ...
 Vocativ1 month ago
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Quote of the Day- August 18, 2014

to Quotes [embedded content] Tweet Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. -Leonardo Da Vinci Author Bio Recent Posts Ashtyn Douglas Author's Social Links: Ashtyn Douglas is a Social Media Team member ...
 Business.com4 days ago Yo and the Complicated World of Simple Expression  Wired News1 month ago National Aviation Day 2014 Quotes  Epoch Times3 days ago

Imogen Heap writes song of our lives

Leonardo da Vinci said it first, "Art is never finished, it is abandoned," and it seems that Imogen Heap's latest song entitled The Listening Chair takes much inspiration from this philosophy since it is a song that she will never hear completed. ...
 IAfrica.com1 month ago
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