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The art of the very tiny:  Molecular Expressions— “going where no microscope has gone before by offering one of the Web’s largest collections of color photographs taken through an optical microscope (commonly referred to as ‘photo-micro-graphs’)”

The photo gallery contains microscopic views of everything from biologicals to pharmaceuticals to mechanics…  including familiar foods; e.g.,

Ben & Jerry’s Wavy Gravy

As we meditate on fractal propriety, we might wish a reverent Happy Birthday to Susanna Wesley, “The Mother of Methodism”; she was born on this date in 1669.  The youngest of 25 children born to a dissenting Anglican priest and his wife, Susanna married poet Samuel Wesley, with whom she had 19 children herself– two of whom were fathers of the Methodist Movement, John and Charles Wesley.

…although she never preached a sermon or published a book or founded a church, is known as the Mother of Methodism. Why? Because two of her sons, John Wesley and Charles Wesley, as children consciously or unconsciously will, applied the example and teachings and circumstances of their home life.
– Pellowe

Susanna Wesley

Written by (Roughly) Daily

November 20, 2008 at 1:01 am

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