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VIDEO OF THE MONTH (2017 May):
The "Crab Canon" from J. S. Bach's Musikalisches Opfer, performed by Xantox. Video by Jos Leys, 2009.
New entry every third Monday, when possible. See also list of all entries since 2012 Oct. 15.
2017 May 22: Added to the Science Poetry Page verse by:
A COLLECTION OF NINETEENTH CENTURY SCIENCE POETRY
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Norman Hugh Redington
E-Mail: redingtn at mit full-stop edu
In memory of Professor John D. Runkle, second president of MIT and outspoken advocate of the "Mens et Manus" philosophy.