The Net Advance of Physics
RETRO

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

for the use of students, historians, revivalists, steampunks, and all interested enquirers


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VIDEO OF THE MONTH (2015 January):
Scenes from the funeral of Nikola Tesla, 1943 January 12.
The music, requested by Tesla, is "Tamo Daleko", the nostalgic anthem of the Serbian emigration, played by his friend Zlatko Balokovic.


EDITOR'S BLOG
New entry every other Monday. See also list of all entries since 2012 Oct. 15.

2015 Jan. 19: Filming the Great War in Advance
Walter R. Booth's The Airship Destroyer (1909)


A COLLECTION OF NINETEENTH CENTURY SCIENCE POETRY


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Norman Hugh Redington
E-Mail: redingtn at mit full-stop edu


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.