I don’t know to just what degree

I don’t know to just what degree my accusation, in these matters, is of the laziness and feeble-mindedness of scientists. Or, instead of accusing, I am simply pointing out everybody’s inability seriously to spend time upon something … [Continue reading]

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Wed, 00:31: April Falls - On April 10, 1869, according to Cosmos, 3-4-574, there was a fall of an enormous number of oak... http://tumblr.com/xfs20ikym3 … [Continue reading]

April Falls

On April 10, 1869, according to Cosmos, 3-4-574, there was a fall of an enormous number of oak leaves at Autriche (Indre-et-Loire), France, on a very calm day. It lasted about ten minutes. According to La Nature, 1889-2-94, dried leaves of different … [Continue reading]

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Fri, 00:31: Leverrier and Vulcan - Monthly Notices, 20-98, tells that in 1859, an amateur astronomer named Dr.... http://tumblr.com/xfs1ybwy95 … [Continue reading]

Leverrier and Vulcan

Monthly Notices, 20-98, tells that in 1859, an amateur astronomer named Dr. Lescarbault, of Orgeres, France, announced that he had seen, on March 26 of that year, “a body of planetary size cross the sun.” He contacted the astronomer … [Continue reading]