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Thursday, July 22, 2010

A Display on Galileo With Catholic Overtones

(The New York Times)
Telescopes belonging to Italian scientist Galileo are displayed at the Galileo Museum in Florence June 7, 2010. A tooth, thumb and finger cut off from the body of renowned Italian scientist Galileo, who died in 1642, go on display this week in Florence after an art collector found them by chance last year. The remains, along with two telescopes, a compass and a wealth of other instruments designed by Galileo, are the main attraction at the refurbished, and renamed, Galileo Museum, which reopens on June 10 after two years of renovation work. Picture taken June 7, 2010. To match Reuters Life! ITALY-GALILEO/ REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY)

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A Display on Galileo With Catholic Overtones = Idolise a 'heretic'? Vatican's 'holy' loon lot gawp!
(by Maurice Goddard)