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Aging freak who fell in love with the history of science and now resides mostly in the 16th century.

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DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES ENTIRELY WITHIN OUR CONTROL THIS WEEK’S EDITION OF WHEWELL’S GAZETTE WILL APPEAR TOMORROW TUESDAY 29 JULY!

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Whewell’s Gazette: Vol. 5

Whewell’s Gazette Your weekly digest of all the best of Internet history of science, technology and medicine Editor in Chief: The Ghost of William Whewell Volume #5 Monday 21 July 2014 EDITORIAL: We’re back for another week and a new … Continue reading

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Whewell Gazette: Vol. 4

Whewell’s Gazette Your weekly digest of all the best of Internet history of science, technology and medicine Editor in Chief: The Ghost of William Whewell Volume #4 Monday 14 July 2014 EDITORIAL: Our fourth volume starts with a special collection … Continue reading

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Whewell’s Gazette: Vol. 3

Whewell’s Gazette Your weekly digest of all the best of Internet history of science, technology and medicine Editor in Chief: The Ghost of William Whewell Volume #3 Monday 7 July 2014 EDITORIAL: The last seven days has raced by like the … Continue reading

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Whewell’s Gazette: Vol. 2

Whewell’s Gazette Your weekly digest of all the best of Internet history of science, technology and medicine Editor in Chief: The Ghost of William Whewell Volume #2 Monday 30 June 2014 EDITORIAL: Well our journal didn’t fold after one issue … Continue reading

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Whewell’s Gazette: Vol. 1

Whewell’s Gazette Your weekly digest of all the best of Internet history of science, technology and medicine Editor in Chief: The Ghost of William Whewell Volume #1 Monday 23 June 2014 EDITORIAL: After six years the history of science blog … Continue reading

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Whewell’s Gazette Your weekly digest of all the best of Internet history of science, technology and medicine Editor in Chief: The Ghost of William Whewell Volume #1                           … Continue reading

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Giants’ Shoulders #56 The Giant Edition

Michael Barton (@darwinsbulldog) has posted a positively gigantic edition of Giants’ Shoulders the history of science blog carnival on his blog The Dispersal of Darwin. It contains enough good bloggage to keep you reading until the next Giants’ Shoulders appears in a month’s … Continue reading

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Carnivals

Giants’ Shoulders #56 the history of science blog carnival is being hosted by Michael Barton @darwinsbulldog at The Dispersal of Darwin on 16th February. Submit your favourite #histsci, #histtech & #histmed post to the host or @drskyskull or to me here at RM by the 15th February. As always Giants’ … Continue reading

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What Kepler and Newton really did.

This has been a good week for people getting the history of astronomy in the seventeenth century wrong. [to find out what they got wrong go here]

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