Leonardo Vinci

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In existographies, Leonardo Vinci (503-436 BE) (1452-1519 ACM) (IQ:200|#6) (Cattell 1000:86) (RGM:1|1,350+) (PR:3|65AE / inventor:1) (Murray 4000:3|T / 4|WA) (Gottlieb 1000:9) (Becker 160:14|9L) (Norlinger 22:23) (GEE:#) (RMS:13) (EP:4) (CR:193) (LH:6) (TL:194|#42) was an Italian artist, engineer, physicist, and philosopher, noted for []


Flood myth

Vinci, based on the evidence that depositing fossils occurred many miles from their origin, from which he deduced the existence of very long spans of geological time, he rejected Biblical flood myth.[1]


Quotes | By

The following are quotes by Vinci:

“Where there is life there is heat, and where vital heat is, there is movement of vapor.”
— Leonardo Vinci (c.1500), “On the Nature of Water” (#941) [2]

End matter


  1. Leonardo Insights – British Library.
  2. Vinci, Leonardo. (1519). The Literary Works of Leonardo da Vinci: Compiled and Edited from the Original Manuscripts, Volume Two (editor: Jean Paul) (soul, #838, pgs. 127-28). Publisher, 1883.

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