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# Blog > euclid

## Numbers Versus True

Geometry is a mysterious bird. The ancient geometers thought it mysterious because its secrets were like jewels that fell from the heavens. Though it’s the earliest form of…

## A look through Euclid’s Door

Our book Euclid's Door went off to the printer this week. It's a step by step guide to building a set of layout and design tools that were…

## Hexagoned!

We (and our kids) have all been inoculated with enough Geometry during middle school to "know" the Pythagorean theorem. You know, the one that enables us to rattle…

## Plumbing a Masonic Medal Mystery

Amongst this collection of Masonic "Past-Master's Jewels" medals, two show a representation of the pythagorean theorem. It is reported that its presence on the owner's medal indicates…

## More Thales

Say you have a bunch of logs that you want to turn into beams...big beams...beams so big that you basically want to turn the round log into the…

## Thales Theorem Proof

Thales of Miletus In one of the recent posts we showed you how to get a right angle out of a circle, thanks to this guy. A…

## Euclid wearing work boots

Jim Tolpin and I both entered into this "Language of the Artisans" through different side doors. We each wandered about in amazement before we even realized the enormity…