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June 4th, 2004
Amateur scientists study microscopy in basement nanolabs
It was a time of wonder, a heyday of natural history. In the 17th century, no privileged person’s parlor was complete without a cabinet of curiosities housing an artfully arranged collection of natural and man-made artifacts – plant and mineral specimens from distant lands, unusual artwork from primitive cultures, weird weapons, skeletons of human monsters, seashells with uncannily lifelike patterns.
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