LEARN FROM THE LIFE OF FAMOUS PERSONS
Why Isaac Newton never married?
Ashoka the Great - Rise and fall of Budhism
Antiseptics actually killed more soldiers than infection
Saint Paul who carried Christ's mission to alien lands and peoples
"If they have no bread, let them eat cake"- Queen's words triggered French Revolution?
The mystery of Albert Einstein's Brain
"Gross indecency" of Alan Turing - Punishment, Suicide and now Pardon !
Albert Einstein’s Love affair and his Marriage
Alhazen pretended madness to escape from Egypt Ruler
Alexander Graham Bell, the teacher of the deaf and his deaf wife
The Death of Socrates - Why and how Socrates died?
The tragedies in the Life of Ampere
Discovery of world's first antibiotic or bacteria killer: Penicillin
End of World in 2060 ? - Newton's prediction
Republic needs neither scientists nor chemists; the course of Justice cannot be delayed
Nobel - "The merchant of death"!
Electricity and life - Galvani's experiment with frog legs
Three Women behind the Diamond Necklace Affair, one of the events led to French Revolution
STORIES FROM THE LIFE OF GREAT SCIENTISTS
Charles Darwin's undiagnosed illness and relationship with his wife
The curious prediction of Bhaskarachārya about his daughter Lilavathi
Carl Linnaeus, the second Adam: "God created, Linnaeus organized"
A man composed a plot to kill Einstein was fined a mere six dollars!
The first Asian and first non-White to get any Nobel Prize in Science
Priestley Riots or Birmingham Riots
Obsessed with Anna Ivanova Popova, Dmitri Mendeleev threatened suicide if she refused
The three Loves of unmarried Alfred Nobel
The curious life of Blaise Pascal, like a religious fiction
The Claw of Archimedes
John Napier used his Black Rooster to find out the servants stealing from his home
Premature obituary and the foundation of Nobel Prizes
Christiaan Barnard - the superstar surgeon become the doctor of hearts (love)
The strange end of Andreas Vesalius, the founder of modern Anatomy
Friedrich Gauss, as a child prodigy and his desire to inscribe a heptadecagon on the Tombstone
The death of Archimedes during the Siege of Syracuse
Brown rice, beri-beri and formulation of Vitamines
Leeuwenhoek’s critical secret of creating of Lenses
Claude Bernard’s Vivisection, suffering of Animals and a divorce!
World’s first successful human-to-human heart transplant - Christiaan Barnard
Lavoisier’s respiration experiment in a guinea pig
"Eureka!" "Eureka!" - "I have found it!"
Those who have been saved from Titanic disaster, have been saved through Mr. Marconi and his invention
Franck Report and dropping of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Hennig Brand’s experiments for the philosopher's stone with 5500 litres of Unine
Charles Babbage’s steam powered Computers, weighing 13,600 kg
The Execution (guillotine) of Lavoisier
Smallpox Vaccine from Cowpox blisters - Edward Jenner
The Archimedes Screw
Fritz Haber’s chemical warfare with poisonous gases and suicide of his wife
Charles Darwin’s advantages and disadvantages of Marriage
The Archimedes Heat Ray
Blaise Pascal illness
Galileo’s controversy with Church - Pope’s regret for how the Galileo affair was handled
Alan Turing’s signs of the genius and his teachers
Clara Immerwahr’s suicide protesting use of Poisonous gages in World War 1
Charles Darwin's illness
Life Stories of Great Scientists
Life Stories of the famous
Mini Stories of Great Lives
Alfred Nobel’s love letters
Gauss's request to inscribe a heptadecagon on his tombstone
Carl Friedrich Gauss - a child prodigy
People eating brown rice were less vulnerable to beri-beri
The Republic needs neither scientists nor chemists
Alfred Nobel remained unmarried and had at least three loves
Alexander Fleming revolutionized all medicine in a day
Husband would die if the marriage did not take place at a particular time!
Leeuwenhoek's most critical secret creating Lenses
Premature obituary and Nobel Prize
"To the widow of Lavoisier, who was falsely convicted"
Pascal's last words being "May God never abandon me"
A plot to kill Einstein was fined a mere six dollars!
Alhazen, the father of modern optics, feigned madness
The Golden Crown
It took them only an instant to cut off his head!
Carl Linnaeus thought of himself as a second Adam
The ship shaker
Archimedes's Last Problem
The statue of Lavoisier with another person's head
The first long distance automobile trip in History
Thermometer with 100 as the melting point of ice and 0 the boiling point of water
All telephones in United States stilled ringing for a silent minute.
Albert Einstein’s creature who equal, as strong and independent
Alexander Graham Bell's mother and wife were deaf
Andreas Vesalius's body was thrown to the animals!
Ampère’s father was executed as a victim of French revolution
Carl Linnaeus’s “Systema Naturae” was an eleven page work!
A cyanide-laced apple Alan Turing left half-eaten
Pascal wore stockings steeped in brandy to warm his feet
A test of the Archimedes heat ray
The three culminating points in Ampère's life
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