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This man makes science accessable to the layman.check the website too. Be prepared to have your mind blown

Carte de visite of Joseph Henry. His signature is in ink at bottom. Photo by Thomas William Smillie, 1843-1917. Smithsonian Institution Archives.

December Professor Joseph Henry of Princeton University elected Secretary of Institution.

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Sergei Sobolev born in 1908 was a Soviet mathematician working in mathematical analysis and partial differential equations. Sobolev spaces are used for growth conditions on the Fourier transforms and are an important subject in functional analysis.  Generalized functions (later known as distributions) were first introduced by Sobolev in 1935 for weak solutions. The theory of distribution is considered now as the calculus of the modern epoch.   ‪#‎CelebratewithLThMath‬

Sergei Sobolev born in 1908 was a Soviet mathematician working in mathematical analysis and partial differential equations. Sobolev spaces are used for growth conditions on the Fourier transforms and are an important subject in functional analysis. Generalized functions (later known as distributions) were first introduced by Sobolev in 1935 for weak solutions. The theory of distribution is considered now as the calculus of the modern epoch. ‪#‎CelebratewithLThMath‬

Paul Dirac One of the most revered – and strangest – figures in physics. The son of a Swiss father and English mother, Dirac (1902-84) was born in Bristol. He predicted the existence of antimatter, created some of quantum mechanics’ key equations and laid the foundations for today’s micro-electronics industry. Dirac won a Nobel in 1933 but remained “an Edwardian geek”... #Physics

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Paul Dirac - British physicist, won the Nobel Prize for Physics for his work on quantum mechanics, his equations describing electron spin led to the prediction of the existence of the positron (the anti-particle of the electron) and other anti-matter

Glenn T. Seaborg--       There is a beauty in discovery. There is mathematics in music, a kinship of science and poetry in the description of nature, and exquisite form in a molecule. Attempts to place different disciplines in different camps are revealed as artificial in the face of the unity of knowledge. All literate men are sustained by the philosopher, the historian, the political analyst, the economist, the scientist, the poet, the artisan and the musician.             --Glenn T…

Glenn T. Seaborg pointing to Seaborgium (element on the Periodic Table of the Elements

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