A Vision of Modern Science: John Tyndall and the Role of the by U. DeYoung

By U. DeYoung

An exam of a pivotal moment within the heritage of technology during the occupation and cultural impression of the traditionally missed Victorian physicist John Tyndall,establishing him as an incredible determine of the period, whose medical discoveries and philosophy of technology in society are nonetheless suitable today.

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