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Robert Hooke's Micrographia

.... This analysis will address two of the methods Hooke uses in Micrographia to sell his ideas to those outside of the Royal Society. ....

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All About Steam Engines

.... For example, Valenti (1996) reported that the British Royal Society to include Isaac Newton prevented the industrial and naval applications of steam power for ....

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Microbe Hunters by Paul de Kruif A Summariza

.... When Delft's leading scientist, Regnier de Graff noticed Leeuwenhoek's activities he informed the Royal Society of England. Impressed ....

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Gulliver's Travels

.... For example, Lagado is in Balnibarbi; but the Grand Academy of Lagado is generally believed to be the Royal Society of London. Therefore ....

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The Daguerreotype

.... Niepce met Francis Bauer in London, a horticulturalist and a member of the Royal Society, and Bauer urged him to announce his experiments to that learned body. ....

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Earthquakes of 1750

.... Baker's report is especially significant because as a member of the Royal Society his application of divine power to the earthquakes suggests the links between ....

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Earthquakes of 1750

.... Baker's report is especially significant because as a member of the Royal Society his application of divine power to the earthquakes suggests the links between ....

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QUEENS EMMA of England AND WEALTHEOW of "Beowulf"

.... She operated within the norms of male-dominated Danish royal society but sought to impose her will on events, as did Emma less successfully. ....

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Gulliver's Travels

.... practicality. The Academy of Laputa which Gulliver visits is generally regarded as a satire on the Royal Society of London (Nokes 323). The ....

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Intermingling of Races in Early Civilizations

.... B. Stringer, "Reconstructing Recent Human Evolution," Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B: Biological Sciences 337 (29 August ....

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Black/White History & Human Evolution

.... B. Stringer, "Reconstructing Recent Human Evolution," Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B: Biological Sciences 337 (29 August ....

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Lady Mary Wortley Montagu

.... In the words of one contemporary medical observer, Dr. William Wagstaffe, fellow of the Royal Society, Posterity will scarcely be brought to believe that a ....

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Ernest Rutherford

.... London’s Royal Institution. He also directed the efforts of the Royal Society Mond Laboratory at Cambridge. The idea that would ....

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Newton's Contribution to Science

.... As a young man Newton had quickly converted to the mechanical view of scientists and he was convinced, like the members of the Royal Society that, as the ....

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Newtonian Science

.... As a young man Newton had quickly converted to the mechanical view of scientists and he was convinced, like the members of the Royal Society that, as the ....

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BOTANICAL COSMETICS

.... The animal welfare movement has even earlier origins in England--the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was founded in 1824. ....

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Extrasensory Perception (ESP)

.... Helmholtz himself expressed the predominant view of skepticism though, when he stated: "Neither the testimony of all the Fellows of the Royal Society, nor even ....

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Richard II and Locke

.... Richard's civil society. Richard's intervention in the duel between Bolingbroke and Mowbray can be interpreted as either statesmanlike or an assertion of royal ....

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The History of the Internet Introduction: The N

.... Innis, HJ (1949). Minerva's Owl; presidential address reprinted from the Proceedings of the Royal Society of Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. ....

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Entry into the New World by Europeans & Africans

.... of idols and altars was the norm." As it happened, in the year 1712, a famous Welsh antiquary named Edward Lhyd sent the Royal Society a transcription of an ....

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ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION & ETHICAL ISSUES Introduc

.... Sells, RA (1996). Some recent ethical issues in transplantation. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 89(S29), 20. Van Bakel, AB (1997). ....

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Social Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy

.... a gradual buildup to a free, stable society, despite the fact that so many of England's free institutions were formed in a climate in which royal control was ....

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Tuberculosis

.... HIV epidemic on the supply side of health care. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 92, pp. 500-2.

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Animal Experimentation: An Ethical Assessment

.... in the United States for more than 100 years (Alperson, 1988), and the animal welfare movement has even earlier origins in Englandùthe Royal Society for the ....

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KUWAITI WOMEN AND THE VOTE

.... if it is based on understanding and respect for Kuwaiti society, rather than on .... Gulf monarchies, the tradition is that consensus within the royal family, the al ....

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Tuberculosis Table of Contents Introduction.......…

.... HIV epidemic on the supply side of health care. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 92, pp. 500-2.

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Features of Saudi Culture

.... play a major role in Saudi family life the extreme case being the immense royal clan. More broadly, family itself is much more central to Saudi society than to ....

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The Heian period in Japanese history

.... The main character lives as a commoner though he has royal blood, and thus he is able to combine in one person the upper and lower strata of society in a way ....

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Animal Rights

.... have existed in the United States for more than 100 years (Alperson, 1988), and they have even earlier origins in England the Royal Society for the Prevention ....

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References Al-Farsy, F. (1990). Modernity and

.... Although Fahd's decrees indicate hope for the future, the chances of real change are diminished by the royal family's past record .... The society and its environment ....

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