C. V. Boys

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There is more in a common bubble than those who have only played with them generally imagine.

Sir Charles Vernon Boys, FRS (March 15, 1855March 30, 1944) was a British physicist, known for his careful and innovative experimental work.

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  • There is more in a common bubble than those who have only played with them generally imagine.
    • Charles Vernon Boys (1896). Soap-bubbles and the forces which mould them: Being a course of three lectures delivered in the theatre of the London institution on the afternoons of Dec. 30, 1889, Jan. 1 and 3, 1890, before a juvenile audience. Society for promoting Christian knowledge. p. 10. 
  • An experiment is a question which we ask of Nature, who is always ready to give a correct answer, provided we ask properly, that is, provided we arrange a proper experiment.
    • Charles Vernon Boys (1896). Soap-bubbles and the forces which mould them: Being a course of three lectures delivered in the theatre of the London institution on the afternoons of Dec. 30, 1889, Jan. 1 and 3, 1890, before a juvenile audience. Society for promoting Christian knowledge. p. 11. 

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