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1743 – Born on July in Peterborough, Northamptonshire (now in Cambridgeshire), England. English Anglican priest, Utilitarian philosopher, and author of influential works on Christianity, ethics, and science, among them the standard exposition in English theology of the teleological argument for the existence of God. 1763-1766 – Educated at Giggleswick School and Christ’s College, Cambridge, Paley ..

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1900 – Born on the 28th of April in Franeker, Friesland, Netherlands. 1921 – Studied in Groningen with Jacobus Cornelius Kapteyn. His Ph.D thesis was titled The stars of high velocity. 1924 – He discovered the Galactic Halo a group of stars orbiting the Milky Way. 1927 – He confirmed Bertil Lindblad’s theory that the ..

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1787 – Born on the 24th of April in Minorca, Spain. 1819 – He was appointed professor of medical jurisprudence.        – He succeeded Vauquelin as professor of chemistry in the faculty of medicine at Paris. 1830 – He was nominated dean of that faculty, a high medical honor in France. 1848 – He became ..

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1894 – Born on the 2nd of March in Uglich, Russia. 1917 – He graduated from the Moscow State University. 1924 – He put forward a theory of life on Earth developing. 1935 – He founded the Biochemistry Institute by the USSR Academy of Science. 1939 – He became a Corresponding Member of the USSR ..

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1048 – He was born on the 31st day of May this year in Iran, Persia. He spent his childhood in the town of Balhi, studying there and being tutored by Sheik Muhammad Mansuri, one of the most well known scholars of the time.   1070 – He wrote his greatest work on algebra. In ..

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1927 – Born on the 6th of February Brooklyn, New York. 1950 – He graduated from Swarthmore College in United States. 1954 – He received a doctorate in physics from Cornell University.        – He joined the faculty of Princeton University. 1969 – He researched and proposed the idea of the O’Neill Cylinder. 1988 – ..

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