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Worked out the period ~ luminosity relation of Cepheid variables (Leavitt's Law) enabling measurement of stellar distances beyond the range of trigonometric parallax. This work enabled measurement of the size of the universe and discovery of the expansion of the universe.

Worked out the period ~ luminosity relation of Cepheid variables (Leavitt's Law) enabling measurement of stellar distances beyond the range of trigonometric parallax. This work enabled measurement of the size of the universe and discovery of the expansion of the universe.

George Orwell Quote "The Most Effective Way to Destroy People is to Deny and Obliterate Their History"

George Orwell Quote "The Most Effective Way to Destroy People is to Deny and Obliterate Their History"

Extra 11- The Party literally controls the last as they have the whole Ministry of Truth designed to rewrite Oceania history. This includes Winston as his job entails rewriting documents that contradict the Party's current mindset. Until Winston's final oppression, he was able to control the reality of his past, but when the Party forced him to conform, he has lost that control. The Party controls the past, present, and future.

Extra 11- The Party literally controls the last as they have the whole Ministry of Truth designed to rewrite Oceania history. This includes Winston as his job entails rewriting documents that contradict the Party's current mindset. Until Winston's final oppression, he was able to control the reality of his past, but when the Party forced him to conform, he has lost that control. The Party controls the past, present, and future.

Journalism is printing what someone else does not want printed.  Everything else is public relations.  ~ 1984; George Orwell

Journalism is printing what someone else does not want printed. Everything else is public relations. ~ 1984; George Orwell

George Orwell Quote "The Most Effective Way to Destroy People is to Deny and Obliterate Their History"

George Orwell Quote "The Most Effective Way to Destroy People is to Deny and Obliterate Their History"

Here come the hard men - 1972 Tour de France | Stage 7 - Sunday, July 9, Bayonne - Pau, 220 km approaching the ascent of col d'Aubisque

Here come the hard men - 1972 Tour de France | Stage 7 - Sunday, July 9, Bayonne - Pau, 220 km approaching the ascent of col d'Aubisque

The winner of the 1928 Tour de France, Nicolas Frantz, in action.

The winner of the 1928 Tour de France, Nicolas Frantz, in action.