Archive for November, 2011

It’s that time again!

November 29, 2011

The Giants’ Shoulders History of Science Blog Carnival needs you!

If you have a blog and would like to host the coolest, most bad assed, and totally unbelievable blog carnival in the multiverse then we’ve got just the job for you. If you don’t want to miss this once in a lifetime offer then get in touch with Thony C at The Renaissance Mathematicus or Dr SkySkull at Skulls in the Stars and choose a month.

SPECIAL OFFER for the first to contact us: The one and only 2011 Christmas edition of The Giants’ Shoulders.




The Giant’s Shoulders #41 is out!

November 16, 2011

The 41st edition of The Giant’s Shoulders history of science blog carnival has been posted over at Early Modern Experimental Philosophy!  It includes discussions of vampires, ghosts, and armies of ape-warriors (yes, this is still a history of science blog carnival!), as well as (very) early ideas of space travel and old descriptions of volcanic eruptions.  Many thanks to Alberto for putting together an excellent carnival!

The deadline for the next edition is December 15th, but we desperately still need a host for this edition, as well as upcoming editions in 2012!  If you can help, please contact  Thony C at Renaissance Mathematicus or Dr SkySkull at Skulls in the Stars, or leave a comment here.

Just Eight Days Left!

November 7, 2011

You have just eight days left to submit those irresistible history of science blog posts to Giants’ Shoulders #41 the one and only history of science blog carnival hosted on 16th November at Early Modern Experimental Philosophy. Submissions as always by the 15th either direct to the host or to the Blog Carnival Website.


We need some bloggers willing to host the Giants’ Shoulders starting with GS #42 on 16th December. If you are willing to forsake fame and fortune and to sacrifice one day of your life putting together the best history of science blog carnival in the multiverse then get in touch with me Thony C at Renaissance Mathematicus or Dr SkySkull at Skulls in the Stars.

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