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The Cambrian period, at the beginning of the Paleozoic, was the first time that multicellular life forms flourished on Earth. By the end of the Paleozoic, and beginning of the Mesozoic, all the continents ...Read more
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11/20 Birthday of Edwin Hubble, an American astronomer, on this date in 1889
11/22 Sir Arthur Eddington, an English astrophysicist and mathematician, died on this date in 1944 Details
11/28 Birthday of Sir Arthur Eddington, English astrophysicist and mathematician, on this date in 1882 Details