[time-nuts] Danish Question

John Day johnday at wordsnimages.com
Wed Oct 31 15:55:13 EDT 2007

At 03:36 PM 10/31/2007, you wrote:
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>John Day escribió:
> >
> > Some sources say that Rutherford was the arbiter. Why would
> > Rutherford have become involved? But it is true that around 1911 Bohr
> > did work in Rutherfords laboratory.
> >
> >
>And at that time I don't think that Rutherford were interested on
>knowing from Bohr how to determie the height of a building with a
>barometer... when discussing matter structure ;)

Indeed! I suppose all sorts of stories surround 
our heroes, many true, many not. Well I remember 
the legend of Feynman before I met him in 1973 - 
a totally differnet person to what I was led to believe.


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