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Each Blade a Single Crystal
The first flight powered by a jet engine took place in Germany on August 27, 1939. Most of the 19,400 airplanes in the global air-transportation fleet are jets. Since the 1950s, special blades and vanes are made from a combination of metals based on high-melting-point nickel.See the Story
Jefferson's Old Bones
Thomas Jefferson was fascinated by the American mastodon, the elephant relative that he referred to for many years as the mammoth. He amassed a large collection of mammoth remains, which he displayed in the entrance hall of Monticello, his great house in Virginia. Historians have often called Jefferson the father of American vertebrate paleontology. George Gaylord Simpson argues that Jefferson's actions were not sufficiently scientific.See the Story