Samuel W. Alderson and the Crash Test Dummies

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Vannoccio Biringuccio and the Art of Metalworking

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Eudoxus and the Method of Exhaustion

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Nicholas Culpeper and the Complete Herbs of England

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Socrates and the Socratic Method

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Albrecht von Haller – Father of Modern Physiology

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Evangeliste Torricelli and the Barometer

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