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VIDEO OF THE MONTH (2015 July):
Giacomo Puccini, Scossa elettrica, SC72, written for the centennial of the Voltaic pile in 1899. Riccardo Caramella, piano (2001). The film footage shows Puccini enjoying himself in the 1910s or '20s.
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2015 July 27:
Carpenter--Tolstoy--Poincaré (Part Two)
Edward Carpenter's Modern Science: A Criticism, Part B 
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In memory of Professor John D. Runkle, second president of MIT and outspoken advocate of the "Mens et Manus" philosophy.