Inside the mind of Blaise Pascal, Blaise Laboratories and distillery, Bamberg
October, 1637
 

History would not have been overly kind to Blaise Pascal.

His accomplishments as laid down in various encyclopediae were mostly intellectual and he had, in the end, died alone and childless. Even his similar triangle theory stumped most up-timers until he showed them, using a simple tool a forester used to measure the height of trees. It was beautiful in a way it appeared only he appreciated.

Yes, he could do most of the math in his . . .

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- The Grantville Gazette Staff