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PBS - History of Science

by crowsfoot / February 7, 2013 / 9:54 PM UTC
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Ignorance is an ocean,and Sea Level is Rising.Start Paddling
by Ziks511 / February 8, 2013 / 2:35 AM UTC

Now.

Thanks Crowsfoot. (by the way, I can't see your crowsfeet at all. Maybe it's your shoes.)

Rob

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:-)
by crowsfoot / February 9, 2013 / 10:43 PM UTC

A crowsfoot is the V shaped mark carpenters make. Doesn't mean smiling eyes.

And yes. My shoes have never reflected all that much fun.

Have you watched the series?

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(NT) Still need water for "life" even ignorance
by Willy / February 8, 2013 / 9:51 AM UTC
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The idea that all life is made of cells
by crowsfoot / February 9, 2013 / 11:45 PM UTC

is only 300 years old.

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"I stand on the shoulders of giants"
by Willy / February 10, 2013 / 9:26 AM UTC

I believe an old show called, "Connections" via PBS. This fella would explain that step by step how we got here from a science view. Things like metallurgy, what it took to do all that. Or maybe use the example of the telegraph came about because of electricity, etc., but the battery was already known for ages and used for what?
What electrical device was there in ancient Egypt? How did ancient man know about "flint knocking or use flint, etc.. -----Willy Happy

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The guild system kept glass and metals apart
by crowsfoot / February 11, 2013 / 1:21 PM UTC

for all the Dark Ages. It's thought that the telescope was known for a long time before Gallileo.

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Spark from flint?
by Steven Haninger / February 11, 2013 / 1:30 PM UTC

How about throwing rocks in the dark?

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The wrongness spurs ...
by crowsfoot / February 10, 2013 / 12:59 AM UTC

What can not be, must mean...

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