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Pascal, Blaise

 
Blaise Pascal was a religious philosopher, mathematician, and inventor. He is responsible for many discoveries, concepts, and inventions that served as a precursor to many successive developments that (eventually) led to computers.


1623 - 1662
19-June-1623 to 19-August-1662

Portrait of Blaise Pascal


Blaise is pronounced "blaze"

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