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"A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism" by James Clerk Maxwell, 1873 Physics nerds pride themselves on wearing T-shirts with Maxwell's equations. The equations' discoverer, Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell, compiled his theories into "A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism," published in 1873.

The Classic, Beautiful and Controversial Books That Changed Science Forever

"A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism" by James Clerk Maxwell, 1873 Physics nerds pride themselves on wearing T-shirts with Maxwell's equations. The equations' discoverer, Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell, compiled his theories into "A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism," published in 1873.

high-speed photography by harold edgerton

High-Speed Photography by Harold Edgerton

Sports Photography 6 I chose this design because it shows every position as the person swings their golf club. It would be a cool source of inspiration because it would be interesting way to change the camera settings to capture every second of movement.

Yalta Conference meeting (Feb 4-11 1945) at Yalta Crimea. Winston Churchill  Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Iosif Stalin... the rest is history

Yalta Conference meeting (Feb 4-11 1945) at Yalta Crimea. Winston Churchill Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Iosif Stalin... the rest is history

Lines of Force and Equipotential Surfaces, drawn by James Maxwell, 1873, A treatise on electricity and magnetism. Oxford: Clarendon Press

Lines of Force and Equipotential Surfaces, drawn by James Maxwell, 1873, A treatise on electricity and magnetism. Oxford: Clarendon Press

Haymaker - Austin 2310 Manor Rd (512) 243-6702 From the team behind Black Sheep Lodge, this East Side sandwich shop turns out what it calls 'regionally-inspired' comfort fare (e.g. Wisconsin wurst and Chicago-style beef sandwiches), plus burgers, poutine and 40 beers on tap; set in a hip converted auto parts shop, the spot also has large TVs for sports fans.

Haymaker - Austin 2310 Manor Rd (512) 243-6702 From the team behind Black Sheep Lodge, this East Side sandwich shop turns out what it calls 'regionally-inspired' comfort fare (e.g. Wisconsin wurst and Chicago-style beef sandwiches), plus burgers, poutine and 40 beers on tap; set in a hip converted auto parts shop, the spot also has large TVs for sports fans.

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