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4月30:The Fifer by Édouard Manet, Mister Rogers, Sir Harry Kroto


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【This Day In Science 1897/4/30 #發現電子——約瑟夫•湯姆森】
在1897年的今天,英國物理學家約瑟夫•湯姆森(Joseph J. Thomson)第一次對外發表了亞原子粒子(現在稱之為電子)的發現。


1907年塯公圳開始整修,之後於1909年的今日4月30日竣工,其中台北景尾(景美)水道橋由總督府技師十川嘉太郎設計將原本木造橋改為鋼筋水泥,總工程花費13餘萬円可是此橋就用了4萬多円,水道橋完成後原本灌溉700多甲農地大增為2000多甲。


圖像裡可能有雪、天空、橋樑、樹、植物、戶外、大自然和水



Sir Harry Kroto
Harry Kroto.jpg
BornHarold Walter Krotoschiner
7 October 1939
WisbechCambridgeshire, United Kingdom
Died30 April 2016 (aged 76)
LewesEast Sussex, United Kingdom
NationalityBritish
FieldsChemistry
Institutions
Alma materUniversity of Sheffield
Thesis The spectra of unstable molecules under high resolution (1964)
Known forBuckminsterfullerene
InfluencesHarry Heaney[1]
Notable awards
ChildrenDavid and Stephen
Website
www.kroto.info

Richard Dawkins wrote a memorial for chemist Kroto where he mentioned Kroto's "passionate hatred of religion."[71] The Wall Street Journal described him as "(spending much of his later life) jetting around the world to extol scientific education in a world he saw as blinded by religion."[72] Slate's Zack Kopplin related a story about how Kroto gave him advice and support to fight Louisiana’s creationism law, a law that allows public school science teachers to attack evolution and how Kroto defended the scientific findings of global warming.[73] In an obituary published in the journal NatureRobert Curl and James R. Heath described Kroto as having an:
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1928.4.30
胡適與但怒剛訪中國公學....最難的是經濟方面。.......
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我太靦腆,不配應付這個民族裏的人。沈從文的小說【舊夢】裏的一個女人說:" 你放痞一點,你就成功了。 " 我不能"痞",也不想成功。
台大校史館
【88年前的今天】
1928年4月30日星期一
第一屆臺北帝國大學新生入學宣誓式舉行!!!
大家不用擔心那時候的學生有沒有 #開學憂鬱
因為過了4天,5月5日星期六才上課啦~



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Fred McFeely Rogers was an American television personality, famous for creating, hosting, and composing the theme music for the educational preschool television series Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, which ...Wikipedia
Full nameFred McFeely Rogers


Mr. Rogers "It's a Beautiful Day in This Neighborhood" - YouTube


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMUGJZrR9Jg


Sep 27, 2012 - Uploaded by Jason Taylor
This is MrRogers singing the opening theme song "It's a Beautiful Day in This Neighborhood" from the Mr ...


敬贈孫康宜教授。她跟我們介紹Mr. Rogers....
我在2004年寫的:
馬龍‧白蘭度 過世
Paul Newman 
Bringing intense emotion and raw improvisation to his performance, Brando's talent was said to have outshone his classmates, who included Marilyn Monroe, Shelley Winters and Rod Steiger.
Paul Newman, who was also learning to act at that time, said: "I'm angry at Marlon because he does everything so easily.
"I have to break my ass to do what he can do with his eyes closed."
影星保羅紐曼:「我很氣他(馬龍‧白蘭度),因為他演什麼都易如反掌。他閉著眼也做得到的,我要拼了命才做到。」 這最讓我想到:
「……(Fred) Rogers請著名的音樂家馬友友來演奏大提琴,馬友友一開始就閉著眼睛在拉琴,好像很陶醉的樣子;女兒於是拍手叫道:『真好,他在睡覺也能演奏,Good for him!』。」(p.432;孫康宜《「童化」與「教化」》載《慶祝施蟄存教授百歲華誕文集》pp.430-34)
47 years ago, #MrRogers testified before the Senate Subcommittee on Communications to save funding for public media. #ItsABeautifulDay to thank him for his contributions.



Neighborly folk took to social media Friday to pay tribute to Fred Rogers, by sharing photos of themselves wearing the "Mister Rogers'…
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All the Year Round was a Victorian periodical, being a British weekly literary magazine founded and owned by Charles Dickens, published between 1859 and 1895 throughout the United Kingdom. Edited by Dickens, it was the direct successor to his previous publication Household Words, abandoned due to differences with his former publisher.
It hosted the serialisation of many prominent novels, including Dickens' own A Tale of Two Cities.




Edouard Manet (US /mæˈn/ or UK /ˈmæn/French: [edwaʁ manɛ]; 23 January 1832 – 30 April 1883)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89douard_Manet
桑原武夫的書:4月30日:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fifer
The Fifer or Young Flautist is a painting by French painter Édouard Manet, made in 1866. It is currently kept in the Musée d'Orsay, Paris.

ArtistÉdouard Manet
Year1866
Typeoil painting
Dimensions160 cm × 97 cm (63 in × 38 in)
LocationMusée d'Orsay, Paris

Image result for manet paintings FLUTE

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4月18日:George Henry Lewes (1817-1878) : Clarence Darrow (1857-1938)舌辯大師丹諾;Samuel Huntington

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/April_18


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5 月5: Søren Kierkegaard, Karl Marx, The ultimate failure of Napoleon. Bye bye paper fivers; Virginia Woolf's great novel "To The Lighthouse"

Virginia Woolf's great novel "To The Lighthouse" was published #onthisday 5th May 1927. The book includes fictionalised semi-autobiographical reminiscences of her childhood trips to the family house in Cornwall and the characters Mr & Mrs Ramsay are probably partly based on her parents Leslie & Julia Stephen (née Duckworth). Leslie Stephen was President of The London Library for 12 years and Virginia Woolf became a life member 4 days after his death.
To the Lighthouse was one of Virginia Woolf's most successful novels (the proceeds enabling the Woolfs to buy their first car!). 3,000 copies were produced by her Hogarth Press for the first edition. This is one of them from May 1927, and we're very happy to have it!



It's 05.05.17 – the last day you can spend your paper fivers in all shops across the UK.



4月16日:Charlie Chaplin 卓別林;川端康成自殺

川端康成(1899年6月11日-1972年4月16日)
Yasunari Kawabata was a Japanese novelist and short story writer whose spare, lyrical, subtly-shaded prose works won him the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1968, the first Japanese author to receive the award.Wikipedia
“Time flows in the same way for all human beings; every human being flows through time in a different way.” 
― Yasunari Kawabata
“Does pain go away and leave no trace, then?’
‘You sometimes even feel sentimental for it.” 
― Yasunari KawabataThousand Cranes
“A child walked by, rolling a metal hoop that made a sound of autumn.” 
― Yasunari KawabataPalm-of-the-Hand Stories


“Was this the bright vastness the poet Bashō saw when he wrote of the Milky Way arched over a stormy sea?” 
― Yasunari KawabataSnow Country, p.165

旅途中的芭蕉(松尾芭蕉......)在大海中所見的,大概就是這樣鮮明,這樣龐大的天河吧。......天河深不可測的深奧,把他的視線吸引進去了。--
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