By Lynn Van Gorp
Antoine Lavoisier has been known as the founding father of sleek chemistry. The French scientist is such a lot remembered for constructing the clinical strategy, that is a cautious, step by step method for proving or disproving whatever.
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She studied other people’s fossils. The Philpot sisters had a big collection in Lyme Regis. They let Mary look at it. 30 Mary also wrote letters to scientists. They sent her books and papers. Mary compared what she read with the fossils she found. She also compared her fossils with living sea animals. She shared her ideas with the scientists. Slowly, they began to respect her. 31 By 1825, Mary’s brother, Joseph, had left the fossil business. Mary took charge. Running a business was unusual work for a woman in those days.
People were amazed by the fossil. Had this creature really been alive? It had teeth, hooked claws, and wings. It looked like a f lying dragon. A scientist named William Buckland described Mary’s fossil in a report. And he wrote that Mary had found it! Mary’s work was better known than ever. 36 When Mary was collecting fossils, she often lost track of time. She did not always notice what was happening around her. One day in 1829, Mary was removing a fossil from a cliff. She was so busy that she did not notice the water.
They made it just in time. Mary thought the danger was worth it. The fossil she had found turned out to be another plesiosaur. It was even better than the f irst. 39 In December of 1829, Mary found another strange fossil. Its teeth were shaped like hooks. The body had f laps, like wings. The f laps reminded Mary of a stingray. She cut open a stingray to see if it looked like her fossil. The bones were different. Still, Mary thought the fossil was a f ish. 40 Some scientists agreed with her. Others thought it was a reptile or a bird.
Antoine Lavoisier. Founder of Modern Chemistry by Lynn Van Gorp