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Heron's Fountain (Hero's Fountain) experiment [Science]
posted September 26 2013 15:39.51 by spic0m




Heron's fountain is a hydraulic machine invented by the 1st century AD inventor, mathematician, and physicist Heron, a.k.a Hero of Alexandria.
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