Origins of science
March 3, 2003 11:35 PM   Subscribe

Timeline of early science. A good read, albeit it ignores Atlantis, and it's source of unlimited power. [via Robot Wisdom]
posted by riffola (13 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
Too good a link to go un-commented-upon.

Don't think it'll generate all that much conversation, but I'm bookmarking it, for sure... thanks
posted by cadastral at 1:35 AM on March 4, 2003

Excellent link.
posted by vbfg at 3:03 AM on March 4, 2003

it ignores Atlantis

And the bit where ancient astronauts impregnated our primitive, apelike ancestors.
posted by MrBaliHai at 3:59 AM on March 4, 2003

There are too many French men from the 19th century onwards. Can't we purge their contribution from the records?
posted by Summer at 4:17 AM on March 4, 2003

Damn cheese eating surrender monkey scientists.
posted by lazaruslong at 4:34 AM on March 4, 2003

Sorry, it's early.

Kick ass link. A lot to read, but looking forward to it. Thanks!
posted by lazaruslong at 4:35 AM on March 4, 2003

hmmmmm, thanks riffola.
posted by n o i s e s at 5:24 AM on March 4, 2003

...just thinking i really should check robot wisdom more often; i'll save the essay onto my psion s7 & read it in bed. thanks again old chap.
posted by n o i s e s at 5:28 AM on March 4, 2003

Good link!
posted by Irontom at 6:46 AM on March 4, 2003

Great! Bookmarked for sure.
posted by jennyb at 1:43 PM on March 4, 2003

yup, this one's a keeper for sure. Thanks riffola!
posted by madamjujujive at 2:51 PM on March 4, 2003

This is a great link. I really enjoyed reading it. Don't let the low reply number discourage from great links like this. What a great way to kill half an hour at work.
posted by re_verse at 2:31 AM on March 5, 2003

I thought the Egyptians also invented the Post-it note, but this cleared that up. Thanks for the link.
posted by LeLiLo at 6:53 AM on March 5, 2003

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