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Prominent scientists of continental Europe.
|Statement||Compiled by John Turkevich and Ludmilla B. Turkevich.|
|Contributions||Turkevich, Ludmilla Buketoff, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||Q141 .T82|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||68019786|
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In spite of its title, this is not another book about Thomas Young, the subject of Andrew Robinsons The Last Man Who Knew Everything (). If anyone deserves that description, it is indeed Young, a linguist, classical scholar, translator of the Rosetta Stone, medical doctor and pioneering scientist at a time when scientists were very much /5. The mountains, however, would quickly develop thick ice caps that would tend to gradually descend into the valleys. Because of the warm Baltic Sea and North Atlantic Ocean, snow and ice build-up on continental Europe would be delayed. The British Isles, surrounded by warm water, would not be glaciated at all at the : Michael J. Oard.
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