Google Celebrates 1331 Total Solar Eclipse
Here is the Google Doodle for November 30th:
The man in the graphic is Lotfi A Zadeh. He was neither born on, nor died on, November 30th.
However, he’s got the perfect gematria.
November 30th is, by the numbers, the date of the most significant Total solar eclipse in history.
That eclipse was in the year 1331. Professor Zadeh was famous for his proposition of Fuzzy mathematics.
An Eclipse is the intersection of the two largest Circles in the sky.
Zadeh died on September 6th, written 6/9
He was 96 years old
Zadeh’s full name also sums to 1092, connecting him to Eclipse in that same Jewish method.
His Reduction value of 83 connects to the Eclipse code in Hebrew.
He was even born on February 4th, the date leaving 330 days in the year: