PHYSICSS

PHYSICSS
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  • Friday [092818] Luna was inside the school bus when she remembered that they have an activity to do in Physics.
  • Oh! I almost forgot the activity in Physics. I will go to the library later
  • ...
  •  Not yet!
  • 
  • Have you finished doing the Physics activity?
  • chitchatting...
  • 9: 28 AM
  • Formulated the principle behind electromagnetic induction.
  • She wrote the information in her notebook.
  • Wow! He is awesome
  • Michael Faraday FRS was a British scientist who contributed to the study of electromagnetism and electrochemistry. His main discoveries include the principles underlying electromagnetic induction, diamagnetism and electrolysis.
  • ... He invented the astatic needle, a critical component of the modern astatis galvanometer, and was the first to demonstrate that a magnetic field is generated when two parallel wires are charged with electricity. He is generally credited as one of the first to discover electromagnetism. 
  • I wanna be like him someday.
  • The best scientist for me is André-Marie Ampère. André-Marie Ampère (1775-1836), was a French physicist, natural philosopher, and mathematician who is best known for his important contributions to the study of electrodynamics. 
  • 'Tis already 9: 22 AM but Lunniee is still nowhere to be found! 
  • Woah!
  • Luna went to the library and searched for information regarding the given scientists.
  • Contributions of Maxwell, Ampere, Faraday, Hertz, Maxwell, Oersted to the development of the electromagnetic theory
  • Food. Cafeteria. Friends. 9:28 AM. OH MY GOSH!
  •  Physicist Michael Faraday, the 'Father of Electricity' 
  • A self-taught scientist, Michael Faraday (1791-1867) excelled in chemistry and physics to become one of the most influential thinkers in history. He’s been called the "father of electricity," (Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison also wear that crown) and his appetite for experimenting knew no bounds. "Nothing is too wonderful to be true, if it be consistent with the laws of nature; and in such things as these, experiment is the best test of such consistency," he wrote. Faraday discovered laws of electromagnetism, invented the first electric motor, and built the first electric generator—paving the way for our mechanized age.
  • Luna joined her friends in the cafeteria who were talking about the research they made.
  • You're so late.
  • Hello everyone!
  • I'm am so amazed .. Oh Luna! 
  • ... /We've been waiting for you.
  • Finally! Come on and join us, Lunniee
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