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Half Sick of Shadows – “final” manuscripts submitted

Mad Madge: Margaret Cavendish (later Lady Newcastle) ...was a poet, philosopher, essayist, and playwright who had her works published under her own name, unusual for women of the time. She wrote The Blazing World, one of the earliest examples of science fiction, she was an early opponent of animal testing, and she argued philosophy and science with the great minds of the time (at the Royal Society no less).

Mad Madge, science fiction, and Pepys

23 Degrees 5 Minutes Essay Writer – Plaastoe 23 Degrees 5 Minutes – The Literacy degrees 5 minutes. In the opening scene.

Map of Albino de Canepa, 1489. Phantom island of Antillia, with its Seven Cities, is on the right; the smaller companion island of Roillo is on the left.

Map of Albino de Canepa, Phantom island of Antillia, with its Seven Cities, is on the right; the smaller companion island of Roillo is on the left.

Margaret Cavendish (1623-1673) was one of the first prolific female science writers. As the author of approximately 14 scientific or quasi-scientific books, she helped to popularize some of the most important ideas of the scientific revolution, including the competing vitalistic and mechanistic natural philosophies and atomism.

Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle

Margaret Cavendish (1623-1673) was one of the first prolific female science writers. As the author of approximately 14 scientific or quasi-scientific books, she helped to popularize some of the most important ideas of the scientific revolution, including the competing vitalistic and mechanistic natural philosophies and atomism.

Rachel Carson - Marine biologist, conservationist & native of Springdale Borough. Her book "Siilent Spring," published in 1962, documents the harmful effects of pesticides, especially on birds, and is credited with helping to launch the environmental movement. Her childhood home is now known as the Rachel Carson Homestead and is on the National Register of Historic Places. On Earth Day 2006, Allegheny County renamed the 9th Street Bridge in honor of her life & accomplishments.

WIKIPEDIA: Rachel Louise Carson (May 1907 – April was an American marine biologist, author, and conservationist whose book Silent Spring and other writings are credited with advancing the global environmental movement.

Christabel Pankhurst

“Battere” Suffragette

Dame Christabel Harriette Pankhurst September 1880 – 13 February was a suffragette. A co-founder of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU), she directed its militant actions from exile in France from 1912 to

Fun with the sun part one  the Equation of Time

Fun with the sun part one the Equation of Time

Margaret Cavendish Duchesse de Newcastle - 1623-1673 - Ecrivaine, poétesse, scientifique philosophe et utopiste.  http://usbek-et-rica.fr/margaret-cavendish/

Carol Rumens: This aristocrat exercises her scientific mind in a poem that makes a subtle claim that women be allowed access to the 'many worlds' of ideas

Language and pronunciation

Language and pronunciation

Thin slices of intelligence  meet Blakeley Raise the bot

Thin slices of intelligence meet Blakeley Raise the bot

A Matter of Perspective

A Matter of Perspective

Smugglers!

Smugglers!

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