- So many FANTASTIC people introduced themselves, and we had a couple of guest experts on hand:
- — Laura Gibbs (@OnlineCrsLady)Wed, Jan 25 2017 23:01:45
- Just a warm up question to get us acclimated:
- People were making claims and adjustments on their own alchemy knowledge ;).... Then the first question:
- — Networked Narratives (@netnarr)Wed, Jan 25 2017 23:06:01Q1: Where in the world was alchemy practiced & what historical eras were most significant for the practice of Alchemy? #NetNarr
- — Laura Gibbs (@OnlineCrsLady)Wed, Jan 25 2017 23:10:06A1 #netnarr a great thing about alchemy: it spread far and fast, lasted long...and much was discussed in international language of LATIN :-)
- — John Stewart (@jstew511)Wed, Jan 25 2017 23:11:05Alchemy supposedly died around 1700, but it was clearly practiced throughout the 18th c. and into the 19th #netnarr https://twitter.com/KMarzinsky/status/824394033426472961 …
- — John Stewart (@jstew511)Wed, Jan 25 2017 23:10:34Druids weren't known for their alchemy. More astronomy #netnarr https://twitter.com/Ignis_Mentis/status/824393915562397696 …
- — John Stewart (@jstew511)Wed, Jan 25 2017 23:11:42Arabic cultures served as an exchange between distinct Chinese, Indian, and Greek traditions. Melded them and improved them #netnarr https://twitter.com/MiaZamoraPhD/status/824393964828688384 …
- — Laura Gibbs (@OnlineCrsLady)Wed, Jan 25 2017 23:12:09A1 #netnarr alchemy spoke to philosophers/scientists theologians doctors artists... one of best/weirdest science-art mergers of all time!
- — Alex Grimes (@TheCollector314)Wed, Jan 25 2017 23:12:15Did alchemy ever play a role in undermining certain economies? Not that it was limited to producing gold, but that's what I hear. #netnarr
- — John Stewart (@jstew511)Wed, Jan 25 2017 23:12:19It was outlawed, but that's actually a sign that it was doing well. You don't outlaw things that people aren't doing #netnarr https://twitter.com/RissaCandiloro/status/824394349500829696 …
- — Katherine Marzinsky (@KMarzinsky)Wed, Jan 25 2017 23:12:24Did alchemy meet different needs from mainstream medicine or science? It fascinates me that it was able to exist alongside them #netnarr
What is Alchemy? Our first #NetNarr Twitterchat
On Wed. 2/25/17, the Networked Narratives (http://netnarr.arganee.world) discussed the foundational theme of this open connected course - Alchemy!
byMia Zamora, PhD.60 Views