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A truly inspiring company that has managed to innovate for centuries. I was particularly inspired with the story about how and when they started developing x-ray light bulbs. During world war one the deliveries of x-ray tubes from Germany to ...
... The fear of being too close to science is
that you are vaporised or absorbed but by now we know our stuff and we know
what technology should be about. We have enough research to substantiate this.
Therefore affiliating with them should be ok. Hope is on STEM. If we still are
not able to function well in the consortium of math and science and If STEM
doesn’t work we might as well quit….. Because staying away in isolation is not
To and Huget both had to go to work, so we had a slow start and then drove to Holland! Maastricht, home of André Rieu! Had a lovely day walking around the two market squares, the food and clothes market stalls and then had lunch watching the people walk by. No churches, museums or art galleries today. Back home for more chatting and snails for dinner. To is truly a great ...
... overlooking the battlefield, built in 1826. Topped by a bronze lion, commemorating the fact that the Prince of Orange was wounded at the battle. Fantastic views all around. Belgium is so flat, difficult to see where they got any vantage points from. Then we went to see the Panorama. An amazing art feat. Canvas, painted by a French artist in 1915, 100 metres long and 12 metres high, in ...
It was a stay close to home day. We had a lazy mornng, restocked groceries and waited for SusanM to arrive for lunch. Some went to the Phillips Museum in the afternoon, either by bike or by bus. It was an extremely well curated museum with lots of interactive exhibits, although it was a bit self promoting.
Pamela and Kathleen enjoyed ...