A Celebration of Visionaries…and Happy Pi Day!

This morning on 3.14, we woke with the news that Stephen Hawking, world-renowned visionary physicist, has passed at the age of 76. Hawking was born on the auspicious date, January 8th, the 300th anniversary of Galileo’s death. And he passes today on the anniversary of Albert Einstein’s birth. 3.14 First, there was Galileo Galilei, the Italian physicist and astronomer whose most famous discovery some 400 years ago was that the Earth revolves around the sun. He’s also well known for his discovery of the four massive moons of Jupiter, now knows as the Galileian moons. He discovered these moons with his own version of the newly invented telescope. This, among many other discoveries and invent

On this day in 1904, A Dr. was born like no other before!

On this day in 1904, Theodor Geisel, better known to the world as Dr. Seuss, the author and illustrator of such beloved children’s books as “The Cat in the Hat” and “Green Eggs and Ham,” is born in Springfield, Massachusetts. Geisel, who used his middle name (which was also his mother’s maiden name) as his pen name, wrote 48 books–including some for adults–that have sold well over 200 million copies and been translated into multiple languages. Dr. Seuss books are known for their whimsical rhymes and quirky characters, which have names like the Lorax and the Sneetches and live in places like Hooterville. The first children’s book that Geisel wrote and illustrated, “And to Think That I Saw It

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