While the other big name reputable science bloggers are writing about poop today, I present a new pair of science cards.
Actually one of the most famous people in the world at one point, our first scientist had hermit tendencies–especially later in life. [src] Nikola Tesla didn’t invent electricity–that was nature–but he certainly found new ways to use it. An engineer, physicist, and prolific inventor, Tesla has his name on a unit of measure, museum, currency, car–just about everything short of a pair of Nike! Continue reading
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