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Book Review: Degrees Kelvin by David Lindley

Aubrey Kagan
5/8/2012 07:37 PM EDT

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re: Book Review: Degrees Kelvin by David Lindley
antedeluvian   5/11/2012 4:20:30 PM
The link to Max's column is wrong. It should be

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re: Book Review: Degrees Kelvin by David Lindley
WireMan0   5/10/2012 4:25:42 PM
Nicely done, Aubrey. I have asked my library to get this book.

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re: Book Review: Degrees Kelvin by David Lindley
Man21   5/10/2012 11:06:23 AM
For an alternative and extensive biography of Lord Kelvin see: Smith C., Wise M.N. (1989): Energy and Empire. A Biographical Study of Lord Kelvin; Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 0-521-26173-2. 898pp Try also: Mahon B. (2004): The Man Who Changed Everything: The Life of James Clerk Maxwell; Wiley, 254pp. Scott Hamilton, onetime postgraduate, Department of Natural Philosophy, University of Glasgow.

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