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Diagram of the Bauhaus curriculum, published 1923 johannes itten. design and form: the basic course at the bauhaus. mein vorkurs am bauhaus: gestaltungs- und formelehre. 1963. book. information graphic. education

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slide rule by ART NAHPRO on Flickr.

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BRL RADIAC Calculator No. 2

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Constellation of Gemini with Paranatellonta De temporibus - a treatise on magic or on astrological images: Constellation of Gemini “Tratado de astrología y magia” de Alfonso X El Sabio Rome BAV Reg. lat. 1283 - fol-2v S-133

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The Urine Wheel was used for diagnosing diseases based on the color, smell, and taste of the patient’s urine in the early 16th century....Many diseases affect metabolism and many changes in metabolism can be detected in the urine. For example, diabetics will excrete sugar in their urine–sometimes enough sugar that it can be fermented into whisky. There are many other diseases that change the smell of a person’s urine...

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nuclear bomb effects calculator (Like the one used by Peter Sellers as Dr. Strangelove in Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love The Bomb).

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Early 18th century color wheel

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Draplin via Chunklet

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radiation dose calculator

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nuclear bomb effects calculator (Like the one used by Peter Sellers as Dr. Strangelove in Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love The Bomb).

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Tastes / Aromas

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The Whispering Crane Institutefrom The Whispering Crane Institute

Linnaeus, and the Flower Clock

Linnaeus’ Floral clock Linnaeus observed over a number of years that certain plants constantly opened and closed their flowers at particular times of the day, these times varying from species to species. Hence one could deduce the approximate time of day according to which species had opened or closed their flowers. Arranged in sequence of flowering over the day they constituted a kind of floral clock or horologium florae, as Linnaeus called it in his Philosophia Botanica (1751, pages…

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The Origin of Species by Means of natural Selection - 1857

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information wheel

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information wheel

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