The Net Advance of Physics
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Being a Compendium of Materials Pertinent to Physics, Mathematics, and Astronomy in the Long Nineteenth Century
(1750 - 1925)

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VIDEO OF THE MONTH (2014 July):
Philip Freneau's Battle of Stonington, performed by Tom Callinan.
Freneau, poet of the American Revolution and (in this case) the War of 1812, also wrote the comic science-fiction poem The Progress of Balloons, which would make an excellent song.


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New entry most Mondays. See also list of all entries since 2012 Oct. 15.

2014 July 21: Tom 'n' Jim 'n' Huck 'n' the Philosophy of Science
From Tom Sawyer Abroad by Mark Twain [1893].


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Image of John D. Runkle

In memory of Professor John D. Runkle, second president of MIT and outspoken advocate of the "Mens et Manus" philosophy.