Meet Michael Faraday

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Born Sept 22 1791, this English scientist, was a man of extraordinary ability.  Although his biggest breakthrough was the invention of the electric motor, his endless pursuit of more knowledge resulted in even further important discoveries in electricity.


Join him on his scientific career that spanned over 45 years.  He dedicated his life to widening perceptions and learning more about the world.  There is much that we can learn from his endless curiosity and tireless determination. Faraday-Millikan-Gale-1913

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