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Tales of Tomorrow S1 EP24 The Diamond Lens


Tales of Tomorrow is an American anthology science fiction series that was performed and broadcast live on ABC from 1951 to 1953. The series covered such stories as Frankenstein, starring Lon Chaney, Jr., 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea starring Thomas Mitchell as Captain Nemo, and many others featuring such performers as Boris Karloff, Brian Keith, Lee J. Cobb, Veronica Lake, Rod Steiger, Bruce Cabot, Franchot Tone, Gene Lockhart, Walter Abel, Cloris Leachman, Leslie Nielsen, and Paul Newman. The series had many similarities to the later Twilight Zone which also covered one of the same stories, "What You Need". In total it ran for eighty-five 30-minute episodes. It was called the best science-fiction fare on TV today by Paul Fairman, editor of If.


24 24 "The Diamond Lens" March 14, 1952

A scientist about to be executed recounts how he stopped at nothing, including murder, to create the perfect diamond lens with which to craft a microscope enabling him to see the worlds within the microscopic realm.

Based on the classic 1858 story The Diamond Lens:

Do you recognize our friend COVID?

Listen to the dialogue carefully. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek did indeed use diamond shavings to create his lenses. What did he see? Did he really have a work at the Academie Francais outlining the use of a large diamond? 

Celebrating Johannes Vermeer End of the Age Google Doodle

Early 19th-century natural history and the diamond lens microscope

During the 1830s Goring and Pritchard published several works that presaged and helped instigate the intense publishing activity that accompanied the heightened popularity of microscopy later in the 19th century. Pritchard and Goring's illustrated books are important for their pioneering exploration of natural history and for their espousal of an ultimately fruitless innovation in microscope development: the diamond lens microscope.

Lucy Madox Brown (British painter and writer) 1843 - 1894 The Fair Geraldine or The Magic Mirror;, 1871 Cornelius Agrippa showing the Fair Geraldine in a Magic Mirror to the Earl of Surrey water colour on paper 73.6 x 63.5 cm..

S ecreto laid up in my heart, God shall stand for, the approach of my return visit to the secret of a friend or a friend in the near future.

 

My name is friend in German. I see the image and the means others cannot. Is it the dimensional portal somewhere in time? It was used through the ages in The War of the Multiverse

 

 


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