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There is much folk knowledge about the kairis school and banned books: it seems that much of his work was destroyed by the church, but the library has many letters that where in archives through out europe cataloged. the horizonal windmills on the island are a very important clue to the mathematical treatise of kairis.
that was a big incomplete cut: a lot of the details in the articles are supported by the below references: some of it is very hard to find and I asked the librarian to check it out from the Kairis library: there are some things that could be cut out and there are things that are repetitive. some of the details about medieval science in greece are really hard to find: there is a whole history that Kairis fits into. one could throw out some of the stuff on cybernetics, being this term came into being 100 years after Kairis was alive, but to me it makes senseCulturejam