Good Monday morning to all my readers, especially to the 406 who read the blog via Feedburner. Did you know, that if each and everyone of you donated a mere $10 to our DonorsChoose drive, we’d have raised a total of $5,353 and will have met our challenge goals? That’s less than three cents a day spread over a year, and overall ten dollars well spent.
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And now, your Today in Science.
4004 BC – The universe is created this evening, according to James Ussher.
1511 – Erasmus Reinhold, German astronomer and mathematician
1729 – Johann Reinhold Forster, German botanist
1770 – Thomas Seebeck, Baltic German physicist
1881 – Clinton Davisson, American physicist and Nobel Prize laureate
1896 – Charles Glen King, American biochemist
1903 – George Wells Beadle, American geneticist and Nobel Prize laureate
1792 – Guillaume Le Gentil, French astronomer
1891 – Ernst von Fleischl-Marxow, Austrian physiologist
1986 – Albert Szent-Györgyi, Hungarian physiologist and Nobel Prize laureate