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The most valuable scientific documents of all-time #20-11

This is the fifth ( #20-11 of the top 50) of a six part series covering the most valuable scientific documents and manuscripts. The introduction to the marketplace is the first part of the series, the second (numbers #50-41), third (numbers #40-31) and fourth (numbers #30-21) parts are already published, and numbers #10-1 will follow tomorrow... Continue Reading The most valuable scientifi
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