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Author Topic: Science in the nineteenth-century periodical.  (Read 1669 times)
Fantômas
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Netherlands Netherlands


As many steps ahead of this claim as I want to be.


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« on: February 27, 2007, 08:18:08 am »

My gift to you fine folks.

http://www.sciper.org/browse/PU1-14.

and my personal favorite:
Steam Chickens

Anon

Genre:
   

Essay, Drollery

Relevant illustrations:
   

wdct.

Subjects:
   

Breeding, Steam-power, Animal Development, Animal Behaviour, Animal Husbandry, Evolution

    Discusses Mr Cantelo's Cantelo, Mr (fl. 1848) PU1/14/1/2
Close   View the register entry >> proposal to greatly increase the rate of production of poultry by hatching eggs in a steam oven. Concerned that chicks born by this process will be unable to develop 'filial affections' for their 'steam-mother', and observes Cantelo's 'Spartan notions touching deformed chickens'. Believes that the process will produce chickens that will be deformed and resemble a steam engine. Noting how some species of animal have adapted themselves to man-made inventions, the writer fears 'for the future figures of our poultry' and expects those hatched by steam to appear in the shape of tea kettles. Concludes by claiming that Cantelo's scheme is 'well worthy of consideration'. The illustration shows kettle-shaped chickens, exhaling steam, surrounded by chicks.
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Andy_W
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« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2007, 02:12:29 pm »

Your link is broken sir.  Undecided
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WisconsinPlatt
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« Reply #2 on: February 27, 2007, 02:36:34 pm »

Try just http://www.sciper.org/ that will get you to the home page and dig from there.

Thank You very much.  This will be an enjoyable way to avoid working today.
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