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 (2017 July):
Farewell Song of the Last Telegrapher
Posted by Rajiv Gupta 2013 July 17:
"This song was written and sung by Mr. Medhilal, an employee of Grand Post Office, Lucknow, India on the last day of Telegram Service. Mr. Medhilal was Morse code operator in GPO. Now he has been shifted to another department."


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2017 July 16: Added to the Science Poetry Page verse by:


A COLLECTION OF NINETEENTH CENTURY SCIENCE POETRY


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