We are sailing: Giants’ Shoulders #63: Live from Deptford

September’s guest host astronomer, mathematician, geophysicist, meteorologist, cartographer, hydrographer, and Captain to Sea Edmond Halley has put together the history of science blog carnival Giants’ Shoulders #63: Live from Deptford before setting out on his second voyage on the Paramore and a superb ship’s cargo of first class #histsci, #histmed and #histtech it is too. Actually I suspect that the good captain sat in a tavern ashore with his drinking cronies enjoying a mug of grog whilst his first mate Kate Morant (@KateMorant) did all the work.

If you want to read the very best of #histsci bloggage from the last month served up in fine style them cruise on over in your dingy and get your fill; landlubbers are as welcome as old seadogs.

The next history of science blog carnival, Giants’ Shoulders #64, will be hosted by our old friend Romeo Vitelli (@rvitelli) on his Providentia blog on 16th October 2013. Submissions as ever either direct to the host or to me here at RM by the 15th of the month.

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