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Heinrich Olbers

1758 - 1840

Heinrich Olbers was a German physician and passionate astronomer, whose name is immortalised as a paradox which challenged the best minds in science for a century: why is the night sky dark?

Heinrich Olbers, 1758 - 1840, German astronomer
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"Or I shall have you hung, drawn and decimalled," threatened Napoleon.
"Decimalled?" enquired Sean with a rare mélange of curious anxiety.
"Yes. The French Republic has gone metric," explained Napoleon proudly.

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