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Images Dated 25th May 2004

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Matthew Hopkins - The Witchfinder General Featured 25 May 2004 Print

Matthew Hopkins - The Witchfinder General

Matthew Hopkins (circa 16201647) - The Witchfinder General - an English witchhunter whose career flourished during the time of the English Civil War. Date: circa 1646

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1640s, 1647, 17th, Century, Civil, Enforcer, English, General, Hopkins, Investigator, Justice, Law, Matthew, Paranormal, Punishment, War, Witch, Witches, Witchfinder

E. Rutherford in a group portrait at McGill Unive Featured 25 May 2004 Print

E. Rutherford in a group portrait at McGill Unive

Portrait of the New Zealand born physicist Sir Ernest Rutherford (1871-1937, right) at the McGill University, Canada. In 1903, together with F. Soddy, he proposed that radioactive decay occurs by successive and spontaneous disintegrations of atoms. In 1911 he elaborated an atomic model in which the positive charge of the atom (protons) was concentrated in a very small region, the nucleus. He also showed that the structure of an atom could be changed (nuclear transmutation) by bombarding it with alpha particles. He is considered to be the father of nuclear physics and in 1908 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for chemistry

© PROF. PETER FOWLER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Magpie-lark - female Featured 25 May 2004 Print

Magpie-lark - female

DH-3238
Magpie-lark - female
At Lajamanu, an aboriginal settlement on the northern edge of the Tanami Desert, Northern Territory, Australia
Grallina cyanoleuca neglecta
Popularly known as Pee-wee and Mudlark, but DNA testing has shown it to be a large Monarch Flycatcher
Very common throughout all of Australia including urban aras, but not in the driest deserts. Needs water for its mud nests
Don Hadden
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