(Indeterminate, like me. Think outside the box, but when you step outside the box ... try to keep one foot in)
My intuition and my 6th sense both tell me it has something to do with Maxwell and the electro-magnetism.
Name and paper please? :-)
Unfortunately, I don't have Maxwell's articles in my own articles compilations, and I haven't found a convenient open archive where to check if it is in what I am thinking of.It'll need some chance to get the paper (where the hell did you find this one Steven?).Best,
Jérôme, you are SO close, but do you really want me to lead you by the hand and explain exACTly where to go to find an answer? I mean I could, and I will, in 24 hours, if you wish, but in the meantime ...There are such things in this world as Google and Wikipedia. May I suggest Wikipedia? You have 24 hours to guess the correct subject to lead you to the promised land. The paper is QUITE famous, and it's out there in PDF format.Good luck!
I think it is therein, though I didn't find the exact diagram (too many pages).Right?
Yes, you are correct! It's on page 17 of the 54 page PDF, or page 475 of the text.
What do I win?If I was to choose, I would say a ticket in a plane to the USA + Hotel + Restaurant (we are four: I, my wife and my 2 daughters)Personnally, I need a waiter and four stars standard.When do we fly?
You win the joy of being correct, which is a tremendous joy.You can stay with me, I'll give you a tour of Princeton, the town, University, and IAS. The Fusion labs are up the street, and the lake Einstein sailed in. His house on Mercer of course. Then of course there's Times Square in NYC. I have no money for plane tickets. I'm thinking of wiping the comments here for new people to guess. It'll be a while, though.
There are no 'famous scientific papers'. There IS Einstein's famous E=mC-squared equation and that's an unsolvable puzzle too!
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