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Looking Back…
June 20, 2008 · 2 Comments

In case you were wondering about notable science events that happened the week of June 20th… photo credit: Neil Rickards A far cry from Grand Theft Auto and Super Mario. On June 21st, 1948, the first stored-program was run on a computer. The Manchester Small-Scale Experimental Machine, nicknamed “Baby”, ran a program that held only 17 […]

Looking Back…
April 24, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

In case you were wondering about notable science events that happened the week of April 25th…  photo credit: Ethan Hein Crime just doesn’t pay. But don’t lose your head over it. On April 25th, 1792, highwayman Jaques Nicolas J Pelletier became the first person to be executed by guillotine. Beheading by guillotine became the only legal execution […]



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