Jacob BernoulliIn 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.

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