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It All Makes Sense Now, I Think

Since the last post, I have been wandering around in the historical maze, seeing lots of strange sights and making a few surprising discoveries among the twists and turns. 1,261 more words

Historical Insights Into Engineering And Education

Painting: The Poor Poet (1839)

Readers reading #5

The Poor Poet (1839) โ€“ By Carl Spitzweg (1808 โ€“1885). Neue Pinakothek (New Pinakothek), Munich, Germany.

For some context – the following were published in 1839: 61 more words

Books & Art

LA NASCITA E LA PRIMA AFFERMAZIONE DELLA TEORIA DI CAMPO: L'OPERA DI FARADAY E MAXWELL

di Roberto Renzetti.

PREMESSA

Questo lavoro รจ il seguito ideale di R. Renzetti, Concezioni particellari nel XVII e XVIII secolo, LFnS, XIII, 2 e 3, 1980.

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Faraday and the aspies

I like it when people contact me about new books (or old, for that matter) because they know something about me, or have looked me up, and they are aware that I have special interests. 193 more words

Books

A Walk around Trinity Buoy Wharf

Regular readers will know that I am fascinated by the Trinity Buoy Wharf area which is one of the most unusual places in London. The bright sunshine on Sunday was just the encouragement I needed to take a walk up to the wharf to check up on the latest developments. 430 more words

Human Life

Gravitational waves โ€“ bending our minds like no other

200 years ago, a British scientist, Michael Faraday, thought about how the Earth would respond if the Sun moved a few metres. In basic terms, he thought that there must be something being transmitted by the Sun to tell the Earth that it moved. 813 more words