The Giant’s Shoulders #10

Every scientist stands on the shoulders of giants as they add just a little bit more to what their intellectual forbears had achieved in science. In the same vein and as the host for the April edition of The Giant’s Shoulders, I stand on the shoulders of the previous giant (singular), The Evilutionary Biologist, where I link to blog posts talking about classic papers in science and important people or concepts in the history of science. And Curving Normality will be the next host in May.

4 thoughts on “The Giant’s Shoulders #10

  1. Mary

    Yeah! It's out!

    Thanks for doing this. Gosh, if I had it to do all over again I'd go into the history of science. It just fascinates me.

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