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History[edit]

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Alternate history[edit]

Alternate history · Back to the Future Part II · Philip K. Dick · Fallout (video game) · Watchmen

History of photography[edit]

Andy Warhol · Jean Baudrillard · Felice Beato · Camera · Henri Cartier-Bresson · High dynamic range imaging · David Hockney · Lewis Carroll · Life (magazine) · El Lissitzky · Harold Lloyd · Linda McCartney · Photography · Photojournalism · Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima · Man Ray · Leni Riefenstahl · Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky · Thích Quảng Đức

History of science[edit]

Albertus Magnus · Alchemy · Aristotle · Atomic theory · Francis Bacon · Blast furnace · Robert Boyle · Tycho Brahe · Frank Macfarlane Burnet · Carl Linnaeus · Rachel Carson · Charles Darwin · Cistercians · Edward Drinker Cope · Francis Crick · Marie Curie · Georges Cuvier · John Dalton · René Descartes · Paul Dirac · Dmitri Mendeleev · Duns Scotus · Eiffel Tower · Albert Einstein · Eugenics · Leonhard Euler · Michael Faraday · Paul Feyerabend · Richard Feynman · Flat Earth · Rosalind Franklin · Sigmund Freud · Galen · Galileo Galilei · Francis Galton · Carl Friedrich Gauss · Geocentric model · Johann Wolfgang von Goethe · Stephen Jay Gould · Green Revolution · Gregor Mendel · Ernst Haeckel · William Harvey · Heliocentrism · Heredity · David Hilbert · Hipparchus · Hippocrates · History of astronomy · History of biology · History of evolutionary thought · History of mathematics · History of physics · History of science · History of technology · History of medicine · Robert Hooke · Human Genome Project · Alexander von Humboldt · Thomas Henry Huxley · Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition · Industrial Revolution · Isaac Newton · James Cook · John von Neumann · Johannes Kepler · Alfred Kinsey · Jean-Baptiste Lamarck · Antoine Lavoisier · Gottfried Leibniz · Charles Lyell · Manhattan Project · James Clerk Maxwell · Ernst W. Mayr · Barbara McClintock · Lise Meitner · Mendelian inheritance · Albert Abraham Michelson · Robert Andrews Millikan · Modern evolutionary synthesis · Natural history · Natural philosophy · Nature (journal) · Nebular hypothesis · Nicolaus Copernicus · Nikola Tesla · William of Ockham · On the Origin of Species · Louis Pasteur · Linus Pauling · Ivan Pavlov · Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica · Phlogiston theory · Max Planck · Pliny the Elder · Karl Popper · Joseph Priestley · Ptolemy · Srinivasa Ramanujan · Relationship between religion and science · Royal Society · Jonas Salk · Erwin Schrödinger · Science in the Middle Ages · Scientific Revolution · Scopes Trial · Shen Kuo · B. F. Skinner · Arnold Sommerfeld · Alan Turing · Vesalius · Vitalism · Wernher von Braun · Theodore von Kármán · Alfred Russel Wallace · James D. Watson · James Watt · Maurice Wilkins · E. O. Wilson · Christopher Wren · Wright brothers · Thomas Young (scientist) · Zhang Heng