IMPORTANT! [Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Facts about Leonardo Da Vinci

[Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Leonardo Da Vinci Facts
[Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Leonardo Da Vinci Facts
 Learn some cool facts about this interesting character of hsitory:

Leonardo Da Vinci was a very skillful lyre player. He presented in the Milanese court and, of coure, it was not as an inventor or painter, but as a musician.

He was the love child of a woman called Caterina who was a lawyer and landlord as well.

As many other painters, Leonardo did not leave any picture or image of himself that could be seen in history.

Leonardo Da Vinci was the first person to actually explain the reason why the sky is blue. The reason is because of the way in which air is able to scatter light.

Leonardo da Vinci was also an ambidextrous. According to an investigation, chances are that he was able to use both sides of the brain hemisphere very fluently, which is a trait that only 5% of the population has.

Leonardo Da Vinci designed an armored car which was a scythed chariot and other interesting vehicles, such as:

  • a flying ship,
  • a lagoon dredge,
  • a revolving crane,
  • pile driver,
  • and even a pulley as well.

Leonardo Da Vinci replaced the muscles of some corpses in order to see how they worked.

Da Vinci was for sure one of the most interesting artists, inventors and even musicians of his epoch and his work is alive even today. It is considered a multifaceted and very intelligent person whose works were not only a great historic heritage, but also a proof of the human capacities, which go beyond what many people can see.

It was not only that he was gifted, but also that he worked a lot on what he knew and he did questions on almost everything and he did not like to have that many doubts, so he actually searched for the truth!

By [Carlos Erik Malpica Flores].

[Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Leonardo Da Vinci's Artwork
[Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Leonardo Da Vinci’s Artwork
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