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 Offer David Angus: Great Scientists and their Discoveries (unabridged)

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David Angus: Great Scientists and their Discoveries

2:25:13
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Introduction

3:14
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Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)

6:46
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In 1591 Vincenzo Galilei died.

4:37
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Galileo however, had quite another use for his telescope.

6:15
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In 1623 a new pope, Urban VIII, was elected.

4:56
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Robert Boyle (1627-1691)

6:37
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In 1662 Boyle published his work …

6:13
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Isaac Newton (1643-1727)

5:54
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Newton was also keenly interested in light …

4:13
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Michael Faraday (1791-1867)

5:24
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In his spare time, Michael started to attend …

5:06
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From France they travelled to Italy …

5:13
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By 1823 Faraday was beginning to be recognized …

6:24
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Charles Darwin (1809-1882)

5:56
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When HMS Beagle arrived back in England in 1836 …

4:29
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There were huge rows and many public discussions.

3:26
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Gregor Mendel (1822-1884)

7:33
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The first evolutionary theory to gain widespread interest …

5:11
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For 10 years Mendel patiently cultivated and tested …

4:29
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Albert Einstein (1879-1955)

5:22
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At home he discovered another new area of learning …

5:08
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He decided to write a doctoral thesis …

6:39
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Einstein was famous.

4:11
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Back in Berlin he continued his work …

4:20
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James Watson (1928-), Francis Crick (1916-2004) and the hunt for DNA

5:10
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James Watson decided to go to Copenhagen …

6:38
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In November 1951 Wilkins went to Cambridge …

5:49
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David Angus: Great Scientists and their Discoveries

2:25:13
$35.00

Introduction

3:14
$1.25

Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)

6:46
$1.25

In 1591 Vincenzo Galilei died.

4:37
$1.25
Show 24 remaining tracks for David Angus: Great Scientists and their Discoveries

Galileo however, had quite another use for his telescope.

6:15
$1.25

In 1623 a new pope, Urban VIII, was elected.

4:56
$1.25

Robert Boyle (1627-1691)

6:37
$1.25

In 1662 Boyle published his work …

6:13
$1.25

Isaac Newton (1643-1727)

5:54
$1.25

Newton was also keenly interested in light …

4:13
$1.25

Michael Faraday (1791-1867)

5:24
$1.25

In his spare time, Michael started to attend …

5:06
$1.25

From France they travelled to Italy …

5:13
$1.25

By 1823 Faraday was beginning to be recognized …

6:24
$1.25

Charles Darwin (1809-1882)

5:56
$1.25

When HMS Beagle arrived back in England in 1836 …

4:29
$1.25

There were huge rows and many public discussions.

3:26
$1.25

Gregor Mendel (1822-1884)

7:33
$2.50

The first evolutionary theory to gain widespread interest …

5:11
$1.25

For 10 years Mendel patiently cultivated and tested …

4:29
$1.25

Albert Einstein (1879-1955)

5:22
$1.25

At home he discovered another new area of learning …

5:08
$1.25

He decided to write a doctoral thesis …

6:39
$1.25

Einstein was famous.

4:11
$1.25

Back in Berlin he continued his work …

4:20
$1.25

James Watson (1928-), Francis Crick (1916-2004) and the hunt for DNA

5:10
$1.25

James Watson decided to go to Copenhagen …

6:38
$1.25

In November 1951 Wilkins went to Cambridge …

5:49
$1.25
Hide 24 tracks for David Angus: Great Scientists and their Discoveries