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"Meteorological Imaginations and Conjunctures" und weitere Werke von Courtney Blazon

"Meteorological Imaginations and Conjunctures"
18 x 24 inch (w x h)
Pen and Pencil on Vellum with Wallpaper

Benjamin Franklin, a Founding Father of the United States, was renowned as an author, diplomat, politician, and scientist, and for his many inventions, which included the lightening rod, bi-focal lenses, and the Franklin Stove, a more efficient metal-lined fireplace.
A keen observer of the natural world, Franklin was the first to make the connection between volcanic activity and climate change. In his paper, "Meteorological Imaginations and Conjectures", presented to the Manchester Philosophical Society in December 1784, he postulated that the terrible weather, crop failures, and general misery in Europe in 1784 was the result of the eruption of the Icelandic volcano Laki in June 1783.
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