Faraday was wrong

Yousaf, Taher
November 1991
New Scientist;11/2/91, Vol. 132 Issue 1793, p54
Comments on the article 'The Myth of Michael Faraday,' published in the September 21, 1991 issue of the 'New Scientist.'


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