Giulia Bordignon

Giulia Bordignon

Giulia Bordignon
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Urania, muse of astronomy, ponting to a globe with a stick. Detail from the “Muses Sarcophagus”, representing the nine Muses and their attributes. Marble, first half of the 2nd century AD, found by the Via Ostiense.

Urania, muse of astronomy, ponting to a globe with a stick. Detail from the “Muses Sarcophagus”, representing the nine Muses and their attributes. Marble, first half of the 2nd century AD, found by the Via Ostiense.

Guercino - personificazione di Astrologia - Blanton Museum of Art

Guercino - personificazione di Astrologia - Blanton Museum of Art

Guilty......

Guilty......

Children with autism are often said to not have imagination or to play normal pretend play. But to play the way my son does takes great imagination. I don't see anyone else doing it!

Children with autism are often said to not have imagination or to play normal pretend play. But to play the way my son does takes great imagination. I don't see anyone else doing it!

Nikola Tesla 1850: "Tesla Coil" electrical resonant transformer Micheal Faraday 1791: "electrolysis" direct electric current (DC current) James Maxwell 1831: Magnetic field Marie Curie 1807: radio activity Issac Newton 1642: Astronomy Albert Einstein 1879: space/time theory James Watson & Francis Crick 1928/1916: DNA Neils Bohr 1885: Atomic model Charles Darwin 1809: Evolution

Nikola Tesla 1850: "Tesla Coil" electrical resonant transformer Micheal Faraday 1791: "electrolysis" direct electric current (DC current) James Maxwell 1831: Magnetic field Marie Curie 1807: radio activity Issac Newton 1642: Astronomy Albert Einstein 1879: space/time theory James Watson & Francis Crick 1928/1916: DNA Neils Bohr 1885: Atomic model Charles Darwin 1809: Evolution

Sacred Geometry. The double helix DNA spiral is one of the most important structures in life.

Sacred Geometry. The double helix DNA spiral is one of the most important structures in life.

A 3D model of Johannes Kepler's diagram of the inner planets, first published in his Mysterium Cosmographicum of 1596.  At that time six planets were known, and the hypothesis that their orbits were spherical shells nested between the five Platonic solids seemed as reasonable as string theory does now.    This model shows polyhedra corresponding to the inner planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars.

A 3D model of Johannes Kepler's diagram of the inner planets, first published in his Mysterium Cosmographicum of 1596. At that time six planets were known, and the hypothesis that their orbits were spherical shells nested between the five Platonic solids seemed as reasonable as string theory does now. This model shows polyhedra corresponding to the inner planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars.

rontispiece of Riccioli's 1651 New Almagest. Mythological figures observe the heavens with a telescope and weigh the heliocentric theory of Copernicus in a balance against his modified version of Tycho Brahe's geo-heliocentric system, in which the Sun, Moon, Jupiter and Saturn orbit the Earth while Mercury, Venus, and Mars orbit the Sun. The old Ptolemaic geocentric theory lies discarded on the ground, made obsolete by the telescope's discoveries. These are illustrated at top and in

rontispiece of Riccioli's 1651 New Almagest. Mythological figures observe the heavens with a telescope and weigh the heliocentric theory of Copernicus in a balance against his modified version of Tycho Brahe's geo-heliocentric system, in which the Sun, Moon, Jupiter and Saturn orbit the Earth while Mercury, Venus, and Mars orbit the Sun. The old Ptolemaic geocentric theory lies discarded on the ground, made obsolete by the telescope's discoveries. These are illustrated at top and in

Illustration of Oronce Fine, Astronomy personified and an armillary sphere, 1542

Illustration of Oronce Fine, Astronomy personified and an armillary sphere, 1542

Armillary Sphere

Armillary Sphere