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21st April 1856. Genius!

‘From a long view of the history of mankind…there can be little doubt that the most significant event of the 19thc will be judged as Maxwell’s discovery of the Laws of Electro-magnetism.(1… 336 more words

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LA NASCITA E LA PRIMA AFFERMAZIONE DELLA TEORIA DI CAMPO: L'OPERA DI FARADAY E MAXWELL

di Roberto Renzetti.

PREMESSA

Questo lavoro è il seguito ideale di R. Renzetti, Concezioni particellari nel XVII e XVIII secolo, LFnS, XIII, 2 e 3, 1980.

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Let us not measure light

Sian saw a glimmer in me. I was dazzled by Sian

Glimmer or dazzle, dazzle or glimmer: let us not calculate light!

Together, and only together, Peter and Sian have wavelength

Philosophy

The greatest scientist you've never heard of: James Clerk Maxwell

Did you know that the person who invented the color photograph was from Scotland? So was the inventor of the color triangle that forms the bases of the RGB color model we use in computing today. 200 more words

Science

Some More Mathematics Stuff To Read

"Reading the Comics, January 15, 2015: Electric Brains and Klein Bottles Edition" via @nebusj https://t.co/rcuPNL6vvT

— MTBoS Blogbot (@MTBoS_Blogbot) January 16, 2016

And some more reasy reading, because, why not?

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Math

Michael Faraday: Father of Electronics by Charles Ludwig

Even though this is supposedly a “juvenile” book, it is well worth reading by anyone interested in the history of technology.

Michael Faraday has an undisputed place in the study of electricity. 80 more words

Biography

Einstein Explains How a Dim Light Can Release More Energy Than a Bright One

In this installment on the history of atom theory, physics professor (and my dad) Dean Zollman discusses Albert Einstein’s explanation of why a light’s color matters more than its brightness in increasing kinetic energy from electrons ejected from atoms. 2,082 more words

History Of Science