Eureka

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Eureka may refer to:

  • Eureka (word), a famous exclamation attributed to Archimedes
  • Eureka effect, the sudden, unexpected realization of the solution to a problem

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  • Eureka (ferryboat), an 1890-built steam ferryboat now preserved in San Francisco
  • Eureka, Arizona, late 19th century ghost town 30 miles north of Yuma on the Colorado River
  • Eureka Stockade, an 1854 goldminers' rebellion in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia
    • Eureka Flag, battle flag of the Eureka Stockade rebellion
    • Eureka Jack, Union Jack reportedly flown by the insurgents at the Battle of the Eureka Stockade
  • Eureka, the codename for the Tehran Conference, the first of several World War II meetings between Franklin Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill

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