David Lindley

Daivd Lindley is an editor at SCIENCE NEWS and was previously a theoretical physicist at Cambridge University and the Fermi National Accelarator Laboratoey. He has published dozens of articles and is the author of WHERE DOES THE WEIRDNESS GO? (Vintage) and THE END OF PHYSICS (Basic Books).

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In 1900 many eminent scientists did not believe atoms existed, yet within just a few years the atomic century launched into history with an astonishing string of breakthroughs in physics that began with Albert Einstein and continues to this day. Before this explosive growth into the modern age took place, an all-but-forgotten genius strove for forty years to win acceptance for the atomic theory of matter and an altogether new way of doing physics. Ludwig Boltz-mann battled with philosophers, the...