I am glad that Mikolaj Kopernik was here.

Picture source: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/dc/Mikolaj_kopernik_pomnik_park_jordana_krakow.jpg.jpg

“Polish astronomer and mathematician Mikolaj Kopernik, known in English as Nicolaus Copernicus, was born February 19, 1473.” http://www.kopernik.org

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* We can use the Sun’s power to charge our homes, offices and cars, and at the same time reduce carbon emissions. http://www.amazon.com/Everything-Under-Sun-Justin-Bass/dp/1479135259

Everything Under the Sun


From searchenginewatch.com: “Nicolaus Copernicus Animated Google Doodle Models Heliocentric Solar Systemsearchenginewatch.comA Google Doodle today celebrates Nicolaus Copernicus, the Renaissance astronomer who pushed forward the (at the time) radical idea that Earth wasn’t the center of the universe. Instead, he theorized Earth and other planets revolve around the Sun.

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