In existographies, **Jacob Bernoulli** (1654-1705) (IQ:175|#307) (Murray 4000:12|M) (GME:20) (Eells 100:28) (CR:12) was a Swiss mathematician, older brother to __Johann Bernoulli__ (see: Bernoulli genealogy), both of whom were earlier developers of German mathematician Gottfried Leibniz' version of differential calculus, uncle to Daniel Bernoulli, the famed *Hydrodynamia *author, student of Gottfried Leibniz, general secondary PhD advisor to Leonhard Euler (see: Euler genealogy), noted for []

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The following are quotes by Bernoulli:

“It is utterly implausible that a mathematical formula should make the future known to us, and those who think it can would once have believed in witchcraft.”

— Jacob Bernoulli (c.1700) (Ѻ)

External links

● Jacob Bernoulli – Wikipedia.