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perpetuum mobili: Latin phrase to be translated as forever in motion by people in the pure sciences or to be translated as forever in flux by realistic intellectuals in the social sciences
The Russian Revolution of 1917 is the result of the fact that tsars Alexander I and Nicholas I did not exactly grasp the ssence of the latin phrase perpetuum mobili
by Sexydimma October 19, 2013

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