The Ten Most Beautiful Experiments (G Johnson, 2009; 978-1400034239)

Summarize, in detail, the two experiments you find the most interesting and/or compelling. What would you include as an 11th beautiful experiment? Why? Which experiment would you have removed? Again, why? The author presents an idea common to many historians of science (i.e. that many classic experiments are “too good to be true”). Think and write about your reflections on this topic. In retrospect, does this idea (“too good to be true”) invalidate or detract from the experiment? Should it?

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