Today would have been Michael Faraday’s birthday. Maybe this was a flash of inspiration on his part?
Today would have been Leonhard Euler’s birthday. We find his theories the “maximum”.
Today would have been John Dalton’ birthday. Without doubt this post is (will be) of interest to those who are interested in this post.
Today would have been the birthday of Hermann von Helmholtz. Thanks for the theory. We like experimenting on your behalf.
Today would have been Osborne Reynolds’ birthday. It’s good that there were (are) people who see limitations in thinking as an interim solution and not as the end result.
Today would have been Georges Gabriel Stokes’ birthday. An interesting statement from him, when you think about today’s discussions relating to Disruptive Technologies.
Today would have been the birthday of Hendrik Antoon Lorentz. If the “weighable matter” is liquid, we are delighted to perform the measurement with our viscosity sensor VLO-M1.
Today would have been the birthday of William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin. Are you perhaps reading this post overseas? If so, it is interesting to know that William Thomson was involved in the development of the Transatlantic Cable.
Today would have been Blaise Pascal’s birthday. What is your opinion on Blaise Pascal’s statement?
Today would have been the birthday of Charles Augustin de Coulomb. And we took a long time to find this short quote.
Today would have been Thomas Young’s birthday. Make an appointment for a meeting with us and who knows; you may well be amazed.
Today would have been James Clerk Maxwell’s birthday. Evaluations based on data are a good start. Our data sheets are available for download from our website.
Today would have been Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit’s birthday. Any there any people in your life who have made you interested in a particular topic?
Today would have been Richard Feynman’s birthday. Put our density sensor to the test and find out just how good it is in finding out the answers.