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Medieval Alchemy and the Philosopher’s Stone: The Story Harry Potter Didn't Tell....
 

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Presented by Mr. Sev Sinanian

Presented by Mr. Sev Sinanian
J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College
Original Slidecast for Medieval Day, Spring 2011
Re-cast for Science Night, Spring 2012

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    Medieval Alchemy and the Philosopher’s Stone: The Story Harry Potter Didn't Tell.... Medieval Alchemy and the Philosopher’s Stone: The Story Harry Potter Didn't Tell.... Presentation Transcript

    • (The story Harry Potter didn’t tell)
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      • Aristotle
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      What’s in that stuff?!
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      Oh, Snap! Better hurry and drink!
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      “ The human spirit is so great a thing that no man can express it; could we rightly comprehend the mind of man nothing would be impossible to us upon the earth.” -Paracelsus
      • I offer my thanks to the owners/contributors cited in this slidecast for allowing me to use their wonderful images. And a special thanks to Nancy Morrison, Reading Professor at JSRCC, for inviting me to present at this Medieval Day event.
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      • Corwin, C.H. (2008). Introductory Chemistry, Concepts & Connections, 5 th Edition . Upper Saddle, NJ: Pearson/Prentice Hall
      • Adam McLean, (1996). The Alchemy Website . Retrieved from http://www.alchemywebsite.com
      • Kelley, E., “Philosopher's Stone,” Retrieved from Wikipedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philosopher%27s_stone
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      • Cockren, A. (?). Paracelsus, Retrieved from http://www.alchemylab.com/paracelsus.htm
      • The Alchemy Website (1996), Adam McLean, www.alchemywebsite.com
      • Internet Source: http://www.squidoo.com/philosophers_stone
      • Internet Source: http://www.unexplainable.net/artman/publish/article_622.shtml
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