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"Eureka" comes from an ancient Greek word meaning "I have found it"
In modern English dictionary Eureka is defined as an exclamation or interjection indicating or used to celebrate sudden discovery of invention.
Eureka is attributed to the ancient Greek scholar named "Archimedes". I know many science students or scientist would know or must have heard of the greek scholar through the popular "Archimedes principle" taught in physics.
According to stories told years over years, it was claimed that when Archimedes went to have his bath on a fateful day as he submerged into the water bath he noticed that the water level rose.
Of course that can't be the first time Archimedes noticed that, after all he isn't a baby.
What was special about his observation, was the discovery that the volume of water displaced must be equal to the volume of the part of his body he had submerged. This then made him realized that the volume of irregular objects could be measured with precision, by simply submerging them in water.
He was so eager to share his discovery that he leapt out of his bathtub and ran naked through the street, shouting "Eureka! Eureka!"
In relation to what happened to Archimedes the terminology "Eureka effect" was coined to to represent such a similar experience of suddenly understanding a problem previously not understood.
This effect can be said to have led to many discovery and invention of things or concept we have in science today.
Eureka effect made Sir Isaac Newton discover gravity from a falling apple. I am sure that wasn't the first time Newton was seeing apples fall from trees but on a fateful day. One apple change the way we think of the world through Newton discovery.
Albert Einstein is said to also experience the eureka effect in the the creation of the theory of relativity.
It was said that Einstein was having a discussion with a friend. And after the discussion he went home and he got the answer to the problem discussed. The next morning he was so excited that without greeting his friend he told him: "I have solved the problem." And the rest was history.
Such discovery comes suddenly that the discoverer might be bemused on how he or she got the problem solved.
Hope we all get to experience eureka effect that can bring about greats things in the month of December.
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