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  1. Timeline of invention (28171 bytes)
    45: * [[sledges]] - [[Scandinavia]]
    119: * [[1620]]: [[Slide rule]]: [[William Oughtred]]
    123: * [[1645]]: [[Vacuum pump]]: [[Otto von Guericke]]
    281: * [[1877]]: [[Induction motor]]: [[Nikola Tesla]]
    303: ...]) [[electric motor|induction motor]]: [[Nikola Tesla]]
  2. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    125: *[[Zdzislaw Beksinski]] ([[1929]]-)
    131: *[[George Wesley Bellows]] ([[1882]]-[[1925]])
    302: *[[Boleslaw Cybis]] ([[1895]]-[[1957]])
    305: *[[Wladyslaw Czachorski]] ([[1850]]-[[1911]])
    324: *[[Stanislaw Debicki]] ([[1866]]-[[1924]])
  3. Galileo Galilei (33761 bytes)
    30: Galileo observed the [[Milky Way]], previously believed to be nebulous, and found it to be a mu...
    37: ...e thing: falling or rolling objects (rolling is a slower version of falling) are [[acceleration|accele...
    39: ... Aristotelian hypothesis that objects "naturally" slow down and stop unless a force acts upon them. Th...
    43: ...onclusion on whether light propagated instantaneously, he recognized that the distance between the hil...
    53: ...ble only a century before, thanks to accurate translations by [[Niccolo Fontana Tartaglia|Tartaglia]] ...
  4. Extreme points of the world (6602 bytes)
    6: ...], east of [[Greenland]] (83°40'), which lies slightly north of [[Cape Morris Jesup]], [[Greenland...
    8: ...th of the [[International Date Line]], is [[Attu Island]], [[Alaska]].
    9: ...f the [[International Date Line]], is [[Caroline Island]], [[Kiribati]].
    19: ...sition is at a straight-line distance of 2648 km (1645 mi) from the nearest coastline.
    20: ...Byrd Land]] (Antarctica) in the south, [[Chatham Island]] in the West, and Southern [[Chile]] in the e...
  5. William Kidd (4938 bytes)
    2: '''William "Captain" Kidd''' ([[1645]]–[[May 23]], [[1701]]) is often remembered...
    19: ...iner's Island]] is located, and in the [[Thimble Islands]] in [[Connecticut]].
    25: *[[Gardiners Island]]
  6. Thomas Hobbes (26163 bytes)
    14: ...History of the Peloponnesian War]], the first translation of that work into [[English language|English...
    26: ... a good reputation in philosopic circles and in [[1645]] was chosen with Descartes, [[Gilles de Roberval...
    36: ...d Politick]]''). In [[1651]] he published his translation of the ''[[De Cive]]'' under the title of ''...
    62: ...exposed by Wallis, before allowing an English translation of the ''De Corpore'' to appear in 1656. But...
    64: ...ized the opportunity given him by the English translation of the ''De Corpore'' to re-confront Hobbes ...
  7. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    162: *[[Monroe Beardsley]], (1915-1985)
    490: *[[Miroslaw Dzielski]], (1941-1989)
    652: *[[Wawrzyniec Grzymala Goslicki]] (1530-1607)
    675: *[[Hugo Grotius]], (1583-1645){{fn|C}}{{fn|O}}{{fn|R}}
    705: *[[Eduard Hanslick]], (1825-1904){{fn|R}}

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