Archive for October, 2011
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It’s only AU$1400, so if you’ve got the money lying around, you could set this up in your bedroom and still have plenty of lube to pass on for several generations.
British Royal Society makes its historical archive of journals freely available to the public on the internet.Posted: October 30, 2011 in News, Technology
What are you doing right now? Whatever it is, you could be reading some of the most amazing, influential scientific papers in history. After 350 years of existence, the British Royal Society has made all of its historical archive of journals freely available to the public on the internet.
And if you know anything about anything, you’ll know that no other scientific research body can hold a candle to the Royal Society, having been putting out peer reviewed scientific papers since the 1660s.
All told, the fully searchable online archive comprises around 60,000 scientific papers. And while complimentary access is limited to those articles published before 1941, don’t let that distract you from the incredible collection of publications included in the archive.
Ben Franklin’s original paper on his electric kite experiment? It’s in there, dating back to 1752. Geological experiments conducted by a young Charles Darwin? Here you go. Isaac Newton’s first scientific paper ever? That’s there, too.
This is much funnier than you probably think it is. Or I could be wrong.
Move along, nothing to see here: Assuming you have no interest in a FRICKIN ROBOT THAT WALKS USING GRAVITYPosted: October 30, 2011 in Technology
I know no one’s listening, but trust me on this one. We are among the final generations of the human race. At least a human race that rules the world. You have been warned..