Tag Archives: Old-Timey Science

A More Perfect Heaven

When I was in school, a new Science unit would usually start off with some History talk. As in, say “We’ll be doing the Laws of Motion. That Newton was quite a character.” I liked it because it was like … Continue reading

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Elements of Murder and Mittens

My mom read a review of The Elements of Murder by John Emsley a while ago and mentioned it to me a couple of times and then gave me a copy for Christmas. It’s probably a sign of how many … Continue reading

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The Age of Wonder

Of late, I’ve been reading The Age of Wonder: How the Romantic Generation Discovered the Beauty and Terror of Science by Richard Holmes which if nothing else has an awesome title. I’m not sure what I make of it actually. … Continue reading

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