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Cugir By Valentin Chirosca et al.
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Monograph with issue Cugir basin, data from the period 1900 - 1975, for topics Geology, Hydrography, Hydrology, Fora, Fauna, Meteorology, Climate, Tourism and Culture. The scientific method,... More > observing a new phenomenon, the development of an experiment, data collection and communication, is here an almost perfect application: River Cugir has suddenly changed the thalweg, as a result of floods that broke the thin layer of clay of the valley.< Less
The Birth of Chemistry By Valentin Chirosca et al.
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Chemistry? Who is the father? Hermes Trismegistus or Ostanes, as my Byzantine filter bring in front. Mather; Cleopatra with Casiopeea or Marie with Bain Marie? Or is a story like Prometheus... More > adventure? Today transmutation is done. Tomorrow ... Looking through the Rodwell eyes (that's the magic of the books with this subject) from the shoulders of giants (that's the magic of learning) I stick together few pieces of the puzzle using scientific method (that's Bibliography). Magic is not missing until Chemistry is born. Or is still present? "The term alchemy itself comes from two roots: al, which is Arabic for “the,” and chemeia It is unclear what chemeia actually means. There were two forms of the term in Greek: chemeia and chymia... For both forms, the transmutative processes comprise the common element, We might, therefore, think of alchemy as the art of transmutation." (Jung and the Alchemical Imagination; Jeffrey Raff)< Less

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